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...

The widespread dissemination of smart mobile devices offers promising perspectives for a variety of healthcare data collection scenarios. Usually, the implementation of mobile healthcare applications for collecting patient data is cumbersome and time-consuming due to scenario-specific requirements as well as continuous adaptations to already existing...

There is a growing interest in leveraging the prevalence of mobile technology to improve health by delivering momentary, contextualized interventions to individuals' smartphones. A just-in-time adaptive intervention (JITAI) adjusts to an individual's changing state and/or context to provide the right treatment, at the right time,...

The regular use of activity trackers and biosignal sensors from non-professional users is constantly increasing, while for patients with chronic diseases has already become part of their daily routine for a continuous assessment of their health condition. However, the integration of such devices into larger...

Mobile phones and devices, with their constant presence, data connectivity, and multiple intrinsic sensors, can support around-the-clock chronic disease prevention and management that is integrated with daily life. These mobile health (mHealth) devices can produce tremendous amounts of location-rich, real-time, high-frequency data. Unfortunately, these data...

Background: Mobile health (MH) technologies including clinical decision support systems (CDSS) provide an efficient method for patient monitoring and treatment. A mobile CDSS is based on real-time sensor data and historical electronic health record (EHR) data. Raw sensor data have no semantics of their own;...