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FP6 SAPHIRE FP6, Intelligent Healthcare Monitoring based on Semantic Interoperability Platform

SAPHIRE

Project ID: 027074
Gefördert unter

Intelligent Healthcare Monitoring based on a Semantic Interoperability Platform

Von 2006-01-01 bis 2008-06-30, Abgeschlossenes Projekt | SAPHIRE Website

Projektdetails

Gesamtkosten:

EUR 2 917 016

EU-Beitrag:

EUR 2 040 775

Koordiniert in:

Turkey

Aufruf zur Vorschlagseinreichung:

FP6-2004-IST-4See other projects for this call

Finanzierungsprogramm:

STREP - Specific Targeted Research Project

Description

The SAPHIRE project aims to develop an intelligent healthcare monitoring and decision support system on a platform integrating the wireless medical sensor data with hospital information systems. In the SAPHIRE project, the patient monitoring will be achieved by using agent technology where the "agent behavior" will be supported by intelligent clinical decision support systems which will be based on computerized clinical practice guidelines, and will access the patient medical history stored in medical information systems through semantically enriched Web services to tackle the interoperability problem. In this way, not only the observations received from wireless medical sensors but also the patient medical history will be used in the reasoning process of the clinical decision support system. Furthermore, through a graphical tool to be developed, while modeling the clinical decision processes, it will be possible to exploit the available computer-interpretable guideline models.

The intelligent healthcare monitoring system will be deployed through two pilot applications, one for homecare monitoring of cardiovascular patients in Germany; the other to monitor cardiovascular patients in a hospital in Romania. To subscribe to critical data delivery, clinicians will simply use a Web-based program indicating desired alerts, thresholds, delivery methods (sms/e-mail/Web/pager) or to build a patient coverage list. Once subscribed, clinicians will immediately receive clinical notifications and reminders.

Ziel

The SAPHIRE project aims to develop an intelligent healthcare monitoring and decision support system on a platform integrating the wireless medical sensor data with hospital information systems. In the SAPHIRE project, the patient monitoring will be achieved by using agent technology where the ¿agent behavior¿ will be supported by intelligent clinical decision support systems which will be based on computerized clinical practice guidelines, and will access the patient medical history stored in medical information systems through semantically enriched Web services to tackle the interoperability problem. In this way, not only the observations received from wireless medical sensors but also the patient medical history will be used in the reasoning process of the clinical decision support system. Furthermore, through a graphical tool to be developed, while modeling the clinical decision processes, it will be possible to exploit the available computer-interpretable guideline models. The intelligent healthcare monitoring system will be deployed through two pilot applications, one for homecare monitoring of cardiovascular patients in Germany; the other to monitor cardiovascular patients in a hospital in Romania. To subscribe to critical data delivery, clinicians will simply use a Web-based program indicating desired alerts, thresholds, delivery methods (sms/e-mail/Web/pager) or to build a patient coverage list. Once subscribed, clinicians will immediately receive clinical notifications and reminders.Creating such an information infrastructure requires safeguards to maintain security and privacy of patient data. The SAPHIRE Project proposes comprehensive security and privacy mechanisms to complement the infrastructure proposed. While providing these confidentiality and privacy mechanisms, the EU directives presenting the general principles of processing of personal data will be taken into account.

Koordinator

MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Turkey

EU-Beitrag: EUR 494 640


Inonu Avenue
06531 Ankara
Turkey
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Asuman DOGAC
Tel.: +903122105598
Fax: +903122101004
E-Mail-Adresse

Teilnehmer

SCHUECHTERMANN-SCHILLER'SCHE KLINIKEN BAD ROTHENFELDE VERWALTUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
Germany

EU-Beitrag: EUR 111 668


ULMENALLEE 5-11
49214 BAD ROTHENFELDE
Germany
Activity type: Other
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Detlev Willemsen
Tel.: +49 5424641506
Fax: +49 5424641206
E-Mail-Adresse
OFFIS E.V.
Germany

EU-Beitrag: EUR 493 200


ESCHERWEG 2
26121 OLDENBURG
Germany
Activity type: Research Organisations
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Wilfried Thoben
Tel.: 0049 4419722131
Fax: 0049 4419722111
E-Mail-Adresse
CYBERFAB SARL
France

EU-Beitrag: EUR 235 507


58 PLACE DE LA FAITA
38920 CROLLES
France
Activity type: Other
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Michael SETTON
Tel.: +33672995202
Fax: +33476921433
E-Mail-Adresse
ALTEC INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS AE
Greece

EU-Beitrag: EUR 183 800


PATMOU 12
15123 MAROUSSI - ATHENS
Greece
Activity type:
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Adamantios Koumpis
Tel.: +30-2310-595646
Fax: +30-2310-595630
E-Mail-Adresse
SPITALUL CLINIC DE URGENTA BUCURESTI-FLOREASCA
Romania

EU-Beitrag: EUR 193 860


8 CALEA FLOREASCA SECTOR 1
014461 BUCHAREST
Romania
Activity type: Other
Administrative Kontaktangaben: MARIA DOROBANTU
Tel.: 0040722 454 329
Fax: 004021 3170108
E-Mail-Adresse
SOCIETATEA COMERCIALA PENTRU CERCETARE, PROIECTARE SI PRODUCTIE DE ECHIPAMENTE SI INSTALATII DE AUTOMATIZARE
Romania

EU-Beitrag: EUR 180 800


B-DUL MIRCEA ELIADE 18
71295 BUCHAREST
Romania
Activity type: Other
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Gabriel SPIRIDON
Tel.: +40-21-3180055
Fax: +40-21-3161620
E-Mail-Adresse
TEPE TEKNOLOJIK SERVISLER ANONIM SIRKETI
Turkey

EU-Beitrag: EUR 147 300


BEYTEPE KOYU 5
06533 BILKENT ANKARA
Turkey
Activity type:
Administrative Kontaktangaben: Bulent KUNAC
Tel.: +903122919100
Fax: +903122662998
E-Mail-Adresse
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