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|Title:||Monitoring habits and physiological data in the frail elderly|
|Keywords:||Telehealth;Telecare;Integrated platform;Frail elderly;Chronic disease|
|Publisher:||IGITUR, UTRECHT PUBLISHING & ARCHIVING SERVICES|
|Citation:||International Journal of Integrated Care, 13(1): (2013)|
|Abstract:||There is a need for new models of care enabled by technology to support long-term and independent living of the elderly. Integrating telecare and telehealth technologies can be used to provide innovative support in an unobtrusive way. inCASA is a European Commission funded project that uses an integrated platform to monitor both health and habits data in the frail elderly and demonstrate the concept of integrated health and social services through pilot trials. This paper presents the joint analysis of habits and clinical data from the UK pilot. The aim of the analysis is to determine the correlation between change in habits behaviour, change in physiological data and deterioration in the condition of the patient.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers|
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