Community Research and Development Information Service - CORDIS

FP7

MobiGuide

Project reference: 287811
Funded under

Guiding Patients Anytime Everywhere

From 2011-11-01 to 2015-10-31, closed project

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 7 068 682

EU contribution:

EUR 5 386 996

Coordinated in:

Israel

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2011-7See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

CP - Collaborative project (generic)

The MobiGuide project has developed an intelligent decision-support system for patients with chronic illnesses, such as cardiac arrhythmias, diabetes and high blood pressure.
The patient wears sensors that can monitor biosignals (e.g. heart rate, blood pressure); these signals are transmitted to their smartphone and from there to a powerful "backend" computer.

The MobiGuide decision-support tool, which also has access to the patient's' historical clinical data, such as their hospital records, analyses the data and alerts the patient about actions that should be taken. It asks the patient questions, in case additional information is needed. The system also makes recommendations regarding lifestyle changes or contacting care providers. All recommendations regarding therapy are transmitted to the patients' care providers.

The recommendations are based on evidence- based, state-of-the-art clinical guidelines. During the project the experts intend to focus on the following clinical conditions: atrial fibrillation, gestational diabetes and gestational hypertension.

Objective

MobiGuide (MG) will develop a patient guidance system that integrates hospital and monitoring data into a Personal Health Record (PHR) accessible by patients and care providers and provide personalized secure clinical-guideline-based guidance also outside clinical environments. MG's ubiquity will be achieved by having a Decision Support System (DSS) at the back end, and on the front end by utilizing Body Area Network (BAN) technology and developing a coordinated light-weight DSS that can operate independently. Personalization will be achieved by considering patient preferences and context. Retrospective data analysis will be used to assess compliance and to indicate care pathways shown to be beneficial for certain patient context.MG will be validated on pre-selected clinical domains with intensive vs. sparse monitoring to demonstrate the generality of the design and assess functionality, feasibility, and impact.MG addresses EU priorities: increasing patient safety, ubiquitous secure access to health care, patient empowerment, developing a common platform for healthcare services, and competitiveness of Europe.The time is right for MG in view of Europe's vast interest in national PHRs and patient empowerment. MG will leverage this momentum to create a solution that goes beyond local proprietary and stand-alone EMR, DSS, and BAN.Our team includes complementary partners with diverse experience in: patient guideline-based DSS, focusing on reasoning with patient guideline intentions and temporal patterns, decision-theoretic models, knowledge-data integration, and information visualization Health BAN, telemedicine data analysis for diabetes, telemedicine applications for cardiology and expertise in large system integration to create the secure PHR.

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Coordinator

UNIVERSITY OF HAIFA
Israel

EU contribution: EUR 598 547


Mount Carmel, Abba Khoushi Blvd.
31905 HAIFA
Israel
Administrative contact: Suzan Aminpour
Tel.: +972 4 8240549
Fax: +972 4 8288035
E-mail

Participants

TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET WIEN
Austria

EU contribution: EUR 364 611


Karlsplatz
1040 WIEN
Austria
Administrative contact: Maria Schweikert
Tel.: +43 1 58801 18801
Fax: +43 1 58801 18899
E-mail
CORPORACIO SANITARIA PARC TAULI DE SABADELL
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 504 760


PARC TAULI
08208 SABADELL
Spain
Administrative contact: Mercedes Rigla
Tel.: +34666277599
Fax: +34937160646
E-mail
ASSOCIACIO DE DIABETICS DE CATALUNYA
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 79 587


CALLE PERE VERGES 1
08020 BARCELONA
Spain
Administrative contact: Montserrat Soley
Tel.: +34934513676
Fax: +34934541404
E-mail
UNIVERSIDAD POLITECNICA DE MADRID
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 362 849


CALLE RAMIRO DE MAEZTU
28040 MADRID
Spain
Administrative contact: Gonzalo LEON
Tel.: +34 913366048
Fax: +34 913365974
E-mail
ATOS SPAIN SA
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 496 897


Calle de Albarracin
28037 Madrid
Spain
Administrative contact: Blanca Jordan
Tel.: +34912148804
Fax: +34917543252
E-mail
BEN-GURION UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV
Israel

EU contribution: EUR 598 450


Office of the President - Main Campus
84105 BEER SHEVA
Israel
Administrative contact: Dori Schneider
Tel.: +972 8 6472435
Fax: +972 8 6472930
E-mail
BEACON TECH LTD
Israel

EU contribution: EUR 362 818


OPPENHEIMER STREET
76701 REHOVOT
Israel
Administrative contact: Yoram Lev-Yehudi
Tel.: +97289100710
Fax: +97289100713
E-mail
UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PAVIA
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 530 306


STRADA NUOVA
27100 PAVIA
Italy
Administrative contact: Sofia Baggini
Tel.: +39 0382 984227
Fax: +39 0382 986906
E-mail
FONDAZIONE SALVATORE MAUGERI CLINICA DEL LAVORO E DELLA RIABILITAZIONE
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 423 839


Via Salvatore Maugeri
27100 PAVIA
Italy
Administrative contact: Francesca Giovannoni
Tel.: +39 0382 592040
Fax: +39 0382 592059
E-mail
UNIVERSITEIT TWENTE
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 555 358


DRIENERLOLAAN
7522 NB ENSCHEDE
Netherlands
Administrative contact: Benno Pals
Tel.: +31 53 489 3702
Fax: +31 53 489 3114
E-mail
MOBIHEALTH BV
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 314 467


HENGELOSESTRAAT
7521 AG Enschede
Netherlands
Administrative contact: Peter Lems
Tel.: +31653908030
Fax: +31534337415
E-mail
ZorgGemak BV
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 194 507


PAPELAAN
2252 EG VOORSCHOTEN
Netherlands
Administrative contact: Kooij Els
Tel.: +31 651602985
Fax: +31 651602985
E-mail

Subjects

Life Sciences
Record Number: 100982 / Last updated on: 2016-04-09