Niilo Saranummi

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The main objective of the MOSAIC project is to accelerate innovation in Mobile Worker Support Environments by shaping future research and innovation activities in Europe. The modus operandi of MOSAIC is to develop visions and illustrative scenarios for future collaborative workspaces involving mobile and location-aware working. Analysis of the scenarios is(More)
INTRODUCTION In a nutshell, this chapter is about directions and guidelines for ICT to build Personal Guidance Systems that can provide support to healthy people and motivate them to undertake healthier behaviors. We called this ideal system HealthPGS, and we will describe in this chapter its conceptual foundations, its functionalities and candidate(More)
The article addresses the problem of how to create sustainable change in health c a r e. I t b ui l ds on tw o on-g oi n g ca s e s tu di es w h i ch ex am i n e en d e av ou r s t o develop system innovations for delivering high quality services more efficiently. The early stages of these innovation processes are studied through the lens of multiple-level(More)
  • Hans Schaffers, Torsten Brodt, Marc Pallot, Wolfgang Prinz, Spiros Alexakis, Erik Andriessen +23 others
  • 2006
forces of globalisation and competition, location has diminished in importance. Mobility adds a new quality to the flexibility of knowledge workers, but could be constrained in the future due to concerns about sustainable development. New forms of collaboration are emerging, such as the community of professionals. Collaboration across organisational(More)
BACKGROUND There is a strong will and need to find alternative models of health care delivery driven by the ever-increasing burden of chronic diseases. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this 1-year trial was to study whether a structured mobile phone-based health coaching program, which was supported by a remote monitoring system, could be used to improve the(More)
  • A Braun, Mark Boden, Mario Zappacosta, Jrc-Ipts, Anette Braun, James Barlow +6 others
  • 2003
This is a working paper, and its orientation and contents do not indicate the position of the European Commission or its services. Neither the European Commission nor any person acting on its behalf is responsible for the use that might be made of the information in this report. The authors are also grateful to the experts invited to participate, who(More)
Health-related behaviors are among the most significant determinants of health and quality of life. Improving health behavior is an effective way to enhance health outcomes and mitigate the escalating challenges arising from an increasingly aging population and the proliferation of chronic diseases. Although it has been difficult to obtain lasting(More)