The NBA is in the midst of a major health overhaul that includes mandating health monitors and requiring the use of an electronic wristband to monitor players.
The changes also are expected to bring more transparency to the process.
Here’s what we know about how the NBA has been using its data to improve the health of its players.
The NBA does not track the health status of its current players.
According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in May, only two percent of the NBA’s players are being tracked.
According the researchers, this is likely because the NBA does only collect information on the status of a player if he is being examined by a doctor, who has been required to report to a health department, which in turn must report the results to the league.
The health of the players is kept a secret.
According in the study, players’ health is monitored by using a variety of devices, such as video cameras and sensors, to measure levels of COVID-19, the virus that causes the coronavirus.
A person can be “diagnosed” as having the coronovirus and still not be required to wear a wristband.
The researchers say that some players have “referred to their wristbands as badges of honor,” which indicates that they have been wearing a wrist band for some time.
The team says that it is not possible to determine a person’s health status until a person is diagnosed.
Players are not required to be monitored for the duration of their contracts.
The research team noted that there is no requirement for teams to monitor for more than two seasons, and that teams may still opt to monitor a player at any time.
Players have been told they can opt out of being monitored.
The data shows that players who opt out are not automatically terminated from their contracts, but may be sent a written letter stating that they are opting out of their contract.
Some players have been “diagnosing” as infected with the coronvirus.
In the study conducted by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, researchers looked at data from the National Electronic Health Record System (NEHR), a database of more than 1.2 billion health records from over 1.8 million employers across the United States.
The analysis showed that, in the case of NBA players, a player may have been diagnosed as infected by the coronivirus but have not yet been required by the NBA to wear an electronic device to measure his or her COVID levels.
The players who do not opt out from being monitored have a high level of CO, which is considered good enough to receive a contract extension.
The study found that a player with a high baseline level of C. difficile infection (a marker of the virus) would receive a three-year contract extension for the same level of infection as someone who has a high infection level but no symptoms or symptoms of CO. 8.
A player may not receive a full salary extension if he or she does not wear an ECG monitor.
The NEHR data does not show if the player receives a full contract extension, or whether he or her contract is terminated after one year.
Some of the most vulnerable players, like DeAndre Jordan, are still getting their health monitored.
According an analysis by the Miami Herald, some of the least vulnerable players like Jordan have been left unprotected because they were told they would not have to wear ECGs.
The paper reported that some NBA players were not told that they would be required by their teams to wear the devices until they were at the end of their second year.
Players may not wear a device that is designed to monitor their blood pressure.
The report found that some of NBA teams were using devices to monitor the blood pressure of their players without the players’ consent, and therefore, without their knowledge.
The devices that NBA players are using have a built-in sensor that monitors their heart rate and respiratory rate.
This is a measure of the player’s cardiovascular health and provides an indication of how much time is left before the player becomes sick, and thus, their eligibility for a contract.
Players and their families have been asked to sign waivers allowing them to have their health monitoring devices turned off if they are sick.
The waiver process can be complex, but it usually involves the player, his or a family member, and a doctor.
Some NBA teams have used a form of a “self-administered electronic health record” to monitor certain players.
NBA officials said that it does not prevent the teams from monitoring players’ medical and lifestyle information.
Some teams have opted to use a computer system called the COVID Risk Scorecard, which was developed by the American Heart Association.
This system is designed specifically for the NBA.
According, the system monitors the