User preferences and usability of iVitality: optimizing an innovative online research platform for home-based health monitoring

@inproceedings{Osch2015UserPA,
  title={User preferences and usability of iVitality: optimizing an innovative online research platform for home-based health monitoring},
  author={Mara van Osch and AJM R{\"o}vekamp and Stephanie N Bergman-Agteres and Liselotte Willemijn Wijsman and Sharon J Ooms and Simon Pieter Mooijaart and Joan Vermeulen},
  booktitle={Patient preference and adherence},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND The iVitality online research platform has been developed to gain insight into the relationship between early risk factors (ie, poorly controlled hypertension, physical or mental inactivity) and onset and possibly prevention of dementia. iVitality consists of a website, a smartphone application, and sensors that can monitor these indicators at home. Before iVitality can be implemented, it should fit the needs and preferences of users, ie, offspring of patients with dementia. This… CONTINUE READING