User Interaction Design for a Home-Based Telecare System

  title={User Interaction Design for a Home-Based Telecare System},
  author={Spyros Raptis and Pirros Tsiakoulis and Aimilios Chalamandaris and Sotiris Karabetsos},
This paper presents the design of the user-interaction component of a home-based telecare system for congestive heart failure patients. It provides a short overview of the overall system and offers details on the different interaction types supported by the system. Interacting with the user occurs either as part of a scheduled procedure or as a consequence of identifying or predicting a potentially hazardous deterioration of the patients’ health state. The overall logic of the interaction is… CONTINUE READING

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