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ERMHAN: A multi-channel context-aware platform to support mobile caregivers in continuous care networks

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5 Author(s)
Paganelli, F. ; Consorzio Nazionale Inter-Univ. per le Telecomunicazioni, Florence ; Spinicci, E. ; Mamelli, A. ; Bernazzani, R.
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Continuous care models for chronic diseases pose several technology-oriented challenges for home-based continuous care, where assistance services rely on a close collaboration among different stakeholders such as health operators, patient relatives and social community members. ERMHAN is a multi-channel context-aware service platform designed to support care networks in cooperating and sharing information with the common goal of improving patient quality of life. In order to meet extensibility and flexibility requirements, this platform has been developed through ontology-based context-aware computing and a service oriented approach.

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Pervasive Services, IEEE International Conference on

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15-20 July 2007