Alberto Rugnone

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The demands of introducing a more practical means of managing and monitoring technology within the home environment to support independent living are increasing. Efforts have been made recently to address these concerns, however, they may be considered to be lacking in mathematical rigour or have not benefited from incorporating the needs and expectations(More)
The use of technology within the home environment has been established as an acceptable means to support independent living for elderly and disabled people. An area of particular interest within this domain relates to monitoring of Activities of Daily Living for those persons with a form of cognitive decline. In this area, specific tasks undertaken by the(More)
The Medical Expert Support Tool (MEST) is aimed at helping the clinician in recognizing risk factors in the patient status by offering a multiparametric overview, and by highlighting the individual situation using meaningful colors (green, yellow and red) in order to compare the person physiological parameters with the computed profile. The medical(More)
More and more the continuum of care is replacing the traditional way of treating the subjects of care putting people in the centre of the healthcare process. Currently clinicians start treatment after a problem occurs due to the low adoption of Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) integrated with standardised Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems; The(More)
It has been proved that information and communication technology (ICT) solutions for personalized health (PHealth) and ambient assisted living (AAL) can support people in their daily life activities. Several solutions have been demonstrated to empower different levels of services through seamless data acquisition and specific users’ interaction modalities.(More)
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