Extending HL7 RIM Model to Capture Physical Activity Data

@inproceedings{Saripalle2017ExtendingHR,
  title={Extending HL7 RIM Model to Capture Physical Activity Data},
  author={Rishi Saripalle},
  booktitle={SEKE},
  year={2017}
}
Experts recommend to include physical activity in everyone’s daily routine as it helps to curb various medical issues. They provide diverse healthcare services (e.g., interventions, exercise routine, personal trainer plan, therapy, etc.) to promote healthy living and to increase physical activity in one’s ever increasing hectic schedules. An individual generates a lot of data when he/she performs a physical activity. However, this data (exercises, training plans, etc.) and any other associated… 

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  • Computer Science, Medicine
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  • 2019
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