BDS-Group presents “PostStroke Manager” at the Saxon day of tele-medicine
On 10th March, 1876, the british inventor Alexander Graham Bell accidentally toppled acid over his suit. While working on his project object “Phone Apparatus”, he used the device to call his colleague Thomas A. Watson, who was in the neighboring room. This process from emergency call to emergency assistance is regarded as the official birth of telemedicine. At the present day, mobile communication is ubiquitous in everyday life.
To gain an overview of recent projects in the field of telemedicine, eHealth and Big Data in the health system and to be able to integrate the recent state of research into the political environment, the “Saxon Day of Telemedicine” („Sächsischer Tag der Telemedizin“) was arranged by the Ministry of Social Affairs in Leipzig on 17th September, 2018, and organized by Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen. Over 24 locations presented their projects in the field of digitization in the healthcare and telemedicine. At the same time, saxon state minister for social affairs and consumer protection Barbara Klepsch, prime minister of the Free State of Saxony Michael Kretschmer, state secretary and federal ministry of health Lutz Stroppe, trend researcher and head of the Thinktanks 2b Ahead Sven Gábor Jánszky and about 400 participants from the health economy, politics and science discussed the developments, perspectives and expectations of mobile digital use in medicine.
Our BDS group (Institute for Applied Informatics) in cooperation with the department of neurology (Universitätsklinikum Leipzig) presented the “PostStroke Manager” project, which involved a mobile, digital system for strengthening relapse prevention, health literacy and self-determination. PostStroke-Manager is a patient oriented system that uses all kinds of communication electronics to provide coordinated preventive long-term care for stroke patients. Because the system supports both prevention and rehabilitation measures, self-management for patients and for potential payers, especially health insurance and pension insurance, has enormous benefits.
Article about STEADY in the adesso journal “aditorial”
2018/06/03-2018/06/08 The Interdisciplinary Competence Center Biomedical Data Science took part at the World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering 2018 with a talk on “Challenges and benefits of mobile sensors applications for the purposes of diagnostics, therapy and self-management” (2018/06/04, 14:00, Club B).
Furthermore we prepared a poster on “Segmentation methods for biomedical multimodal long-time data acquired in real-life environment” and a conference-paper and poster about “Data Security and Raw Data Access of Contemporary Mobile Sensor Devices” (DOI.: 10.1007/978-981-10-9035-6_73) which will be published in the conference proceedings and on the conference website.
2017/11/13-2017/11/16 The biggest medical trade fair worldwide – MEDICA – took place this year in Duesseldorf from Nov. 13th until Nov. 16th. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Galina Ivanova from the Competence Center Biomedical Data Science was invited to talk at the Medica Heath IT Forum about future IT-trends within the health sector, in particular about the use of mobile bio-sensors and wearables in medicine and research. Together with a representative of the partnering adesso AG they used this opportunity of so many medical professionals like health insurances, researchers, investors and practitioners coming together to introduce them to the STEADY project.
One year anniversary meeting of the STEADY consortium
2017/11/07 The STEADY consortium met in Leipzig to dicuss latest developments within the project and in order to celebrate its first anniversary. It was determined that aside from some minor delays the project is on track and all tasks have been successfully completed so far.
To celebrate the occasion the consortium joined in a cooking event at the culinary school “Kochen & Kunst” where under the expert guidance of chef Mathias Roth a magnificent four-course menu was prepared.
International Conference on Medical Informatics and Telemedicine 2017
2017/08/31-2017/09/01 The online poster “Overview Of The Technical Challenges Faced When Using Consumer Mobile Biosensors Within Telemedical Applications” is presented at the 5th international conference on Medical Informatics and Telemedicine in Prague, Czech Republic.
Meeting with Professor Ning Zhong
Professor Ning Zhong is head of the Knowledge Information Systems Laboratory at the Departement of Life Science and Informatics in Japan and editor in chief of the Springer journal “Brain Informatics”. We exchanged information about our current projects and discussed possible cooperations in the future.
Information Technologies for Enhanced Urban Participation of Seniors (INTENSE)
We are co-organizer of the special session “Information Technologies for Enhanced Urban Participation of Seniors (INTENSE)” within the 2017 IEEE/WI/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI)
The International MedTech Summit Congress
2017/06/22 The STEADY system is presented at the international MedTech Summit congress in Nuremberg, Germany.