first research results

First research results Willeke van Staalduinen Melvin van der Mark intern of AFEdemy student at Utrecht University & Vanesa Nieto intern at Quiron Salud SHAFE Questions 1. How to enhance Places and People in the creation of eHealth and

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  1. First research results Willeke van Staalduinen

  2. Melvin van der Mark intern of AFEdemy student at Utrecht University & Vanesa Nieto intern at Quiron Salud

  3. SHAFE Questions 1. How to enhance Places and People in the creation of eHealth and mHealth solutions, with special focus on quality and costs? 2. What is the current state of the art in Europe of e-support at home to people with chronic diseases and/or impairments? 3. How to align technological development with the building industry for smart environments within terms of policy and funding, enhancing a more efficient health care system that may add better quality for less investment? 4. How to bridge the main gaps between technological development and user’s real needs and expectations?

  4. Main definitions • Persons with chronic diseases or impairments : long duration of diseases and limiting in functioning • eHealth : ICT as enabler of managing health • mHealth : medical and public health practice supported by mobile devices • E-support : supportive services or activities using ICT • Places and People : physical and social environments

  5. Indicators quality and costs Quality Costs Quality of Life, Life expectancy Societal / system costs Social benefits - Public funding - Insurance fees - Taxes Quality service delivery Costs for healthcare - Answers wishes, needs and preferences - Purchase - User-driven design - Implementation - Empowerment of users - Maintenance - Environmental requirements Technical quality Costs for users - Purchase - Implementation - Maintenance - Fees - Environmental requirements

  6. Research methods • Interviews per telephone, skype, face to face: 20-30 opinion leaders. Results ready mid-July • Online Survey: 11 target group oriented Desk questionnaires. EU SURVEY tool. Duration: June Interviews research 6-30. Number of respondents on Monday June 18 th : 30. Much more needed! survey-thematic-network-shafe/ Survey • Desk research: results follow below

  7. Data resources desk research Google PubMed Cochrane Scopus Scholar Web of Cordis AAL Innoradar Science Age-friendly EIP AHA Picarta Worldcat World repository

  8. Most used search terms – in relation to chronic diseases or impairments Digital & Independent eHealth mHealth Health living Health & Age-friendly Ageing at Physical Technology & environments place environment Home

  9. Report on Outcomes • Well-being and Quality of Life • Social contacts (digital, physical) • Adaptation and accommodation (accessibility, aids, lifestyle) • Safety • Health • Prevention (lifestyle, falls, physical activity, mobility) • Cure and therapy (telehealth, telemonitoring, physical activity therapy, training) • Independent living • Physical and social environments • Community support and provisions • Efficiency and efficacy • Cost-benefit • Benefits by changes in care pathways • Clinical/residential setting versus home based setting

  10. Projects on Wellbeing • Social contacts : imagism reduction, robot EU-WISE BETTER AGEING companions, social inclusion, social interaction SOUND OF VISION IMANAGE CANCER RICHARD MY AIR COACH • Adaptation : self-management, overall quality NEBIAS DECI ACTION NEPRHON+ of life improvement SIMPLESKIN AALUIS • Accommodation : hearing or seeing aid, bionic RECALL CO-LIVING SIFORAGE CAPMOUSE prosthesis or kidney, memory recall, food, EGOVISION4HEALTH CONNECTED technology, hands-free, walker OPTIFEL VITALITY SIGNS FOR EUROPE EXPRESS-TO- • Safety : monitoring, sensing fabric, wearable OTOSTEM CONNECT cameras, technology and ethics, (sensory) SOCIAL ROBOT FEARLESS DISCIT INCLUSION SOCIETY alarm VALUE-AGEING SILVER TEC FOR LIFE

  11. Results desk research: Wellbeing SHAFE: • eHealth widely accessible and accepted • More self-management → more quality of life • Connect patient groups and motivate each other • Support people with chronic diseases with lifestyle and personalized care • Supports feelings of being cared for, and secured • Smartphones main devices → lower cost and high portability

  12. Projects on Health • Prevention : frailty, falls, obesity, urban health, FARSEEING EUROBATS active mobility, livable cities, enhanced balance ISTOPPFALLS I- DON’T -FALL and gait, cycling, ubiquitous sensing, motivation DEM@CARE WALKX-ROBOT MATSIQEL HELENA healthy lifestyles, early detection, HEALTH-ON-THE- VELOINFO MOVE PRECIOUS COOLNESS PEGASO • Cure and therapy : dementia training, rehab, CARDIOPROOF PREVENTIT wireless healthcare, monitoring in clinical setting, DOREMI MY-AHA EURO-URHIS GIRAFF+ food intake and nutrition, physical and cognitive UNCAP ACCESS assessments, exercises and rehab at home, health FOODSMART ICT4LIFE literacy, data sharing within health sector, SWORD APA REHAB@HOME PRIMER COG integrated care PASTA SPOTLIGHT V-TIME RECALL IROHLA

  13. Results on Health SHAFE: • Quality of healthcare delivery improves • Improves physical activity and dietary behavior • Better tracking physical activity and wandering • Better monitoring and data collection → self-management and professionals decision making and immediate response • Real-time insights by mHealth • Patients have most to gain of ICT

  14. Projects on Independent Living • Physical and social environments : robots to MARIO MY LIFE support independent living and social contacts, SILVER ROSETTA portable shower, compact neighbourhoods, ALFRED AUTONOM@DOM JADE LIFE LONG LIVING supportive environments for dementia, intelligent INNOVAGE ANDALUSION carpet AQB-CARE TELECARE SERVICE COMPATABILITY CARPETSYSTEM HOMECARE GROWMEUP • Community support and provisions : accessible IBENC REAAL basic urban facilities, integrated home care ACCOMPANY (services), user-friendly, open and flexible ICT PRO ACT applications, affordable in-home monitoring and MIRACULOUS LIFE PERSSILAA web communication, Ambient Assisted Cities, USEFIL interactive model municipality and citizen CITY4AGE

  15. Results on Independent Living SHAFE • Walking and cycling far most used means for errands • Social environment very important for health education • Improves adherence of care and enhance ability on independent living • Improves confidence in disease management • Decreased burden for parents or caregivers • Improves reconciliation with other life spheres (work, family, social activities)

  16. Projects on Efficiency/efficacy • Age-friendly cities, Learning from big data FUTUREID streams, Predictive modelling on incidence and MAESTRA FERARI ageing, Electronic ID cards for access to public ANCIEN and private services, Policies impact on health SOPHIE WE-CARE inequalities, Sustainable and affordable TICD NOVEL healthcare models, Management of chronic COURAGE IN EUROPE AGE-FRIENDLY diseases, Integrate health and social security VALUE-HEALTH ELECTOR systems, Cost-effectiveness analysis health ROBOT-ERA system, Substitution of healthcare settings to INTEGRATE home, Robot services

  17. Results on Efficiency and efficacy SHAFE • Ehealth can increase efficiency of care pathways: decrease nursing staff, reduce visits of patients, improve quality of treatment decisions, decrease number of clinical tests • Reduce travelling time, especially in rural areas • Decrease administration costs and increase of work efficiency • Reduction of inappropriate hospitalizations and duration of stay • Better identification of risk profiles and tailored intervention strategies

  18. Discussion • Most remarkable outcome thus far: “patient has more to gain with ICT than others”. Is this the reason for poor scaling up and further implementation? • Suggestions for further literature or projects? • Any other suggestions?

  19. Carina Dantas CARITAS DIOCESANA DE COIMBRA Willeke van Staalduinen AFEdemy THEMATIC NETWORK SHAFE 2018

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