eHealth projects in Sierre – Khresmoi

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Le Valais est un terreau fertile pour le développement du eHealth. En effet, les savoir-faire dans les domaines de la santé et des technologies de l’information (ICT) y sont très développés. Le Forum The Ark du 29 novembre a été l’occasion de présenter ces savoir-faire. A cette occasion, Prof. Dr Henning Müller a présenté le Khresmoi, projet piloté par l'Institut informatique de gestion de la HES-SO Valais.

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eHealth projects in Sierre – Khresmoi

  1. 1. eHealth projects in Sierre – KhresmoiHenning Müller
  2. 2. eHealth at the HES-SO Sierre•  Many eHealth activities •  eHealth unit since 2010 •  20 persons and three professors •  Michael Schumacher, Alexandre Cotting, Henning Müller•  Several types of projects •  EU FP7 projects (Khresmoi, PROMISE, WIDTH, VISCERAL, MD-Paedigree, Commodity12, …) •  FNS projects (MANY, NinaPro) •  CTI, Hasler, COST, HES-SO, NanoTerra, mandates 2
  3. 3. Khresmoi •  4 year, 10’000’000 € budget 3
  4. 4. Khresmoi goals•  Trustable information adapted to each user group •  All tools as open source•  Extract semantic information from all sources •  LinkedLifeData 4
  5. 5. Current status•  Project at the half time (month 27 of 48)•  User tests have started among the three user groups (much feedback on prototypes expected) •  Different types of interfaces •  Eye tracking•  Implement changes to adapt to user groups •  Speed, quality, interface, … 5
  6. 6. Software architecture 6
  7. 7. User interfaces 7
  8. 8. Eye tracking 8
  9. 9. User tests 9
  10. 10. Collaboration possibilities •  Open for collaborations on applied research projects in several of our domains •  Data management in eHealth, including signals, imaging, and temporal data •  Scalability and big data questions (Hadoop/MapReduce) •  Cloud computing infrastructures •  Standards in eHealth and interoperability (IHE, HL7) •  Information retrieval from internal and external sources •  Including images and semantic information •  Decision support systems •  User tests of software systems •  Crowd sourcing 10
  11. 11. Questions•  Contact: henning.mueller@hevs.ch•  More information: •  http://medgift.hevs.ch/ •  http://khresmoi.eu/ •  http://publications.hevs.ch/ 11

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