Stephanie Vozza

About the author

is a tech and business writer who lives in Nashville. She is a regular contributor to Fast Company, where she covers innovative new technology, leadership, and productivity. She has also written for publications such as Inc., Forbes, Entrepreneur, SUCCESS, and Parade.

Woman using her smart watch for medical data

Medical Wearables and Security for Your Patients

Ever since FitBit launched in 2007 and became one of the first consumer-marketed health tech tools, millions of people have strapped on wearable devices to track their personal fitness goals. In fact, 21% of U.S. adults regularly wear a smartwatch or fitness tracker, according to the Pew Research Center.While