The MOVECARE Project: Home-based Monitoring of Frailty

  title={The MOVECARE Project: Home-based Monitoring of Frailty},
  author={Francesca Lunardini and M. Luperto and M. Romeo and Jennifer Renoux and Nicola Basilico and Andrej Krpic and N. A. Borghese and S. Ferrante},
  journal={2019 IEEE EMBS International Conference on Biomedical \& Health Informatics (BHI)},
Concerning frailty, the use of home-based technology able to continuously and transparently monitor the independent elder may represent a useful tool to support the traditional geriatric assessment in the identification of elderly people at risk of frailty, with the final aim of guiding the development of early preventive interventions. To this aim, the European MoveCare project develops an ICT platform to support the independent living of the elder at home. Here, we describe how home-based… Expand
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