HealthNet: A System for Mobile and Wearable Health Information Management

Medical health care is undergoing a significant change of paradigm. Moving health care from health centers to home environments poses new challenges for acquisition, management and mobile exchange of information. The HealthNet project at RWTH Aachen University has developed a prototype which addresses these new challenges: a Body Sensor Network (BSN) collects information about the vital functions of a patient while she is in her home environment; the integration of smart textile sensors increases the acceptability of such technology; mobile communication and data management enables the exchange of health data between patients and doctors; data stream mining techniques tuned for mobile devices provide immediate feedback of the collected data to the user; and finally, advanced security and privacy features increase user acceptance and cope with legal requirements. This paper summarizes the challenges and achievements in the development of this prototype.

Authors: Christoph Quix, Johannes Barnickel, Sandra Geisler, Hassani M., Saim Kim, Xiang Li, Andreas Lorenz, Till Quadflieg, Thomas Gries, Matthias Jarke, Steffen Leonhardt, Ulrike Meyer, Seidl T.
Published in: Proc. of the 3rd International Workshop on Information Management in Mobile Applications (IMMoA 2013) in conjunction with VLDB 2013, Riva del Garda, Trento, Italy.
Publisher: CEUR-WS.org
Sprache: EN
Jahr: 2013
Seiten: 36-43
Konferenz: IMMoA
DOI:10.1.1.402.5178
URL:IMMoA 2013
VLDB 2013
Typ: Tagungsbeiträge
Forschungsgebiet: Data Analysis and Knowledge Extraction