OTMSTAR and PDTSTAR apply FIWARE Technology
FI-STAR’s pharmacy and surgery applications are using FI-WARE open software to offer innovative health care services. Munich Surgery and Leeds Pharmacy teams have jointly forged a generic reverse-supply-chain system that provides for bi-directional interaction of multiple stakeholders using medical prescriptions and surgical instruments. These applications are being tested in the real worlds of the Operating Theatre and Pharmacies in Munich and Leeds. Read more
CDTA is a service for COPD specialist and patients to exchange and monitor health data. It uses a number of FIWARE enabler applications to deliver this integrated solution.
FI-STAR’s Platform Development Leader, Ing. Paolo Zampognaro demonstrates the Italian patient to doctor and doctor to patient service – CDTA . He demonstrates the service on a mobile tablet as used by patients in the home and on the hospital pc system used by clinicians. CDTA is being trialed with patients located in Copparo in the provence of Ferrara in the region of Emilia-Romagna and the local hospital. The solution addresses the problem of treating chronic patients with respiratory problems which affects COPD patients and COPD specialists.
FiSTAR’s final event of 2014 was the demonstration of the Cardiostar application in bucharest where we and EU commission experts witnessed the cross engagement of patients, clinicians and technologists to develop new services to enable more effective, efficient and personalised cardiac rehabilitation in the future.
Editors Samuel A.Fricker, Christoph Thuemmler and Anastasius Gavras publish new book on Requirements Engineering for Digital Health.
Healthcare and well-being have captured the attention of established software companies, start-ups, and investors. Software is starting to play a central role for addressing the problems of the aging society and the escalating cost of healthcare services. Enablers of such digital health are a growing number of sensors for sensing the human body and communication infrastructure for remote meetings, data sharing, and messaging. The challenge that lies in front of us is how to effectively make use of these capabilities, for example to empower patients and to free the scarce resources of medical personnel. Read more
Urban Sedlar, Researcher at the University of Ljubljana, a partner in the Tromsø use case explains how the ‘DeSA’ app helps Diabetes patients manage there Diabetes better.
Through the work of FI-STARs Norwegian use case, Diabetes patients in Europe can now download a self management app that helps them monitor and track their condition, on both the android system with ‘The Diabetes Diary‘ and now the iOS system with ‘DeSA’. Read more
Eirik Arsand recently presented the FISTAR Diabetes Diary smart phone app at the Nordic Mobile Healthcare Technology Congress 2014
His overall presentation was on Self-Management Systems for People With Diabetes. Within in it he presented the functions and benefits of the FISTAR Diabetes Diary on the android platform.