Sat, Sep 05, 2015

The aim of the MobiGuide project is to develop an intelligent decision-support system for patients with chronic illnesses.The system accompanies the patients wherever they go and helps them and their care providers in managing their illness, whether they are at home, at work, out and about or travelling abroad on holiday or for business.

The MobiGuide project develops an intelligent decision-support system for patients with chronic illnesses, such as cardiac arrhythmias, diabetes, and high blood pressure. The patients wear sensors that can monitor biosignals (e.g., heart rate, blood pressure); the signals are transmitted to their Smartphone and from there to a powerful "backend" computer. The MobiGuide decision-support tools, which have access also to the patient's' historical clinical data, such as their hospital records, analyse the data, alert the patient about actions that should be taken, ask the patient questions, in the case that additional information is needed, and make recommendations regarding lifestyle changes or contacting care providers. All recommendations regarding therapy are transmitted to the patients' care providers. The recommendations are based on evidence- based, state-of-the-art clinical guidelines. During the project we intend to focus on the clinical conditions: atrial fibrillation, gestational diabetes and gestational hypertension.


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Video talk about the project by Prof. Mor Peleg

Mor talk

 The talk "The MobiGuide Project: Guiding Patients Any Time, Everywhere in a Personalized Way" was presented by Prof. Mor Peleg from the University of Haifa at the T2Med 2013 symposium entitled "Social-Mobile-Cloud meets Medicine @ Technion" on December 17th, 2013; Video (English, 14 Minutes).

Latest Event

the grand palace

The Grand Place, Brussels.

The project team demonstrated the new version of the MobiGuide system at the European Commission in Brussels in January. The demonstration included applications for Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) and showed the functionality and interfaces for caregivers as well as for patients. The occasion was the third annual project review, held at the European Commission on 21st and 22nd January. Over a day and a half the team presented the results and deliverables of the third project year to the EC Reviewers as well as demonstrating the system as answering the Reviewers’ questions.


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