Jill Tucker, RN says:

“The more that technology keeps us touch, the further apart we become. Medical advances such as a blood-testing chip which can be inserted under the skin are wonderful. Using this device, a patient’s blood makeup can be monitored regularly and remotely. However, technology has yet to find a way to replicate the exchange of information that only a doctor-or-nurse-to-patient meeting can provide.”
Swiss Scientists Develop ‘Under the Skin’ Blood-Testing Chip

WSJ.com  March 21, 2013