ePatient advocate Hugo Campos Well featured in San Jose Mercury News:
Hugo Campos has a small computer buried in his chest to help keep him alive. But he has no idea what it says about his faulty heart.
All the raw data it collects, especially any erratic rhythms it controls with shocks, goes directly to the manufacturer. And some of it later gets sent to his doctor.
But Campos had to step onto a national stage in his fight to see the data his body produces.