Some companies at CES are acting as middlemen to make data more actionable for users. From a medical standpoint, doctors don't have the time to analyze every minute detail of your daily activity, but startups are developing data visualization tools to help clinicians and patients to identify patterns. Seqster, for example, is focused on how people can take ownership of their data. By acting like Mint for health data, Seqster aims to help consumers identify trends in their personal health by importing medical data from health records and overlaying it with specific genetic or fitness data from other sources.
– Alex Frederick, Pitchbook