A Clinical Decision Support System based on an Unobtrusive Mobile App

  title={A Clinical Decision Support System based on an Unobtrusive Mobile App},
  author={A. Richardson and Avigail Perl and Sapir Natan and Gil Segev},
  • A. Richardson, Avigail Perl, +1 author Gil Segev
  • Published in ICT4AWE 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Clinical decision support systems typically rely on medical records and information collected in the doctor’s office. We propose a clinical decision support system that uses data collected from patients continuously and in an unobtrusive manner. The system uses data collected from a mobile app installed on the patient’s device (such as a mobile phone, smart-watch etc). The app collects data without user interference and combines it with conventional medical records. Our system uses machine… CONTINUE READING

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