Mobility strategy for nurses.​ It combines patient safety, nursing care, mobility, collection and recording of information.​  Based on the identification of the patient by reading their wristband.​ Applications: signs, medication administration, devices and wounds, blood draws, bed maps.​ Data console built to inform about the activity with the apps.​ It...

The solution aims to identify deviations in people’s health conditions to make sure that they do not end up with acute events at the emergency rooms and subsequent hospital visits. The solution promotes preventive care, wellness, and healthy habits. The platform offers different clinical pathways, mostly...

Objectives of the app: A referral route for the assessment of patients eye condition-GP informing general ophthalmologist about patients suffering from diabetes, which need regular eye checkup. General ophthalmologist triage out lower risk patients who need minimal ongoing specialist input, takes those patients for checkup...

Little is known about the factors which facilitate or impede the large-scale deployment of health and well-being consumer technologies. The Living-It-Up project is a large-scale digital intervention led by NHS 24, aiming to transform health and well-being services delivery throughout Scotland. We conducted a qualitative...

Highlights Mobile technologies offer opportunities for real-time assessment of symptoms of MS. Acceptability of these tools for patients needs careful consideration. We report on the views of people with MS on potential barriers and facilitators. There is a need to consider fluctuating physical status in the design of resources. Perceived...

Objective: to identify implementation lessons from the United Kingdom Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale (dallas) program—a large-scale, national technology program that aims to deliver a broad range of digital services and products to the public to promote health and well-being. Devlin, A. M., McGee-Lennon, M.,...

Background:Digital health has the potential to support care delivery for chronic illness. Despite positive evidence from localized implementations, new technologies have proven slow to become accepted, integrated, and routinized at scale. Objective:The aim of our study was to examine barriers and facilitators to implementation of digital...

Wearable technologies are transforming research in traditional paradigms of software and knowledge engineering. Among them, expert systems have the opportunity to deal with knowledge bases dynamically varying according to real-time data collected by position sensors, movement sensors, etc. However, it is necessary to design and...