The next big thing in health care is coming, according to a new study.
The company behind the latest iteration of the popular medical device, the Horizon 4, says it has created a new device that is the first to combine the health care capabilities of a smartphone with the data analytics of a data platform.
Horizon 4’s hardware and software are the same as the Horizon Mobile, which was announced in April.
It’s designed to help hospitals and physicians track patients and prescribe medication.
Its biggest selling point, though, is its data analytics platform.
“We want to build a new type of device that’s not just a medical device,” said Adam Siegel, chief executive of Horizon, in a video posted on Thursday.
“It’s a data-driven device, that you can use to help improve healthcare delivery.”
Horizon has been a major player in the health insurance market since launching its first device in the United States in 2012.
Its latest device is the most sophisticated device to date.
It integrates health data from more than 1.5 billion visits to hospitals, as well as data from its patients, with the goal of helping physicians make more personalized medical decisions.
It offers health monitoring and analytics to hospitals and doctors.
But its most important feature is its device, which is designed to provide the data needed to make a more personalized decision.
“Hospitals and doctors will be able to use the information to make better healthcare decisions,” Siegel said in a statement.
“And with Horizon 4 the data is there to help doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals make better health decisions for their patients.”
The company also said that it plans to release a companion app to help physicians use Horizon’s data to improve their care.
Horizon announced in January that it would release its first medical device in 2019.
It launched the Horizon 8 in the US in March, and the device has been hailed as a revolutionary device for doctors.
For now, Horizon says it’s focused on the US market.
But it says that it has plans to expand in other markets, including Europe.
Horizon’s next product will be the first in a line of healthcare devices that will combine the data capabilities of smartphones with the health-monitoring capabilities of an information platform, according a statement from the company.