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ISA Interactive System Access part2.0

  1. 1. Interactive System Access • ISA has the aim to provide a range of solutions, these enable life to be lived creatively in all its moments. • As the soul, the creativity of the individual, is outside of time body. • We must reverse our current concept that the elderly person is a person waiting for death bodily, • age body belongs only to the jacket, but inside there is a creative and enlightened soul can interact creatively with the worldcopiright marco paglioli december 2009-2013
  2. 2. Interactive System Access The project consists of two parts In the second part will analyze: • What benefit has our ISA project? • Who is the network ISA? • Network social company (M. Yunuss Model)? • Resultscopiright marco paglioli december 2009-2013
  3. 3. Interactive System Access What benefit has our ISA project? • What are the basic needs of these users? • Or think how they want to communicate or interact? • Benefit ISA projectcopiright marco paglioli december 2009-2013
  4. 4. What are the basic needs of theseusers?• Have a contact for ongoing assistance.• Having the opportunity to communicate with your doctor.• Having direct services for basic needs, expenses or hot meals, or beni di prima necessità…
  5. 5. What are the basic needs of theseusers?• Have a care for medical needs, a nurse for injections, physiotherapy• Have pharmaceutical assistance• The ability to communicate directly with their relatives• The ability to communicate with friends
  6. 6. Or think how they want tocommunicate or interact?• Through the TV screen asking questions ? to obtain answers, the person they see, the voice as an interactive tool.• Have the choice to necessary services, people to talk to, even with the use of the remote, not the keyboard.• They want someone who see physical forward in their confidence, and their needs.• They want to be visible to feel alive, do not want to feel abandoned.
  7. 7. Benefit ISA project• Remotely monitor and control the state of health of a patient, keeping in check vital signs, just as common in sheltered accommodation or in clinics.• To provide specific services and necessary to our primary user• So easy access to services through the primary interface screen and a special remote control.• Having a system that allows a continuous support saving health care costs to society.
  8. 8. Who is the network?
  9. 9. Who is the network?• Medical staff• Community hospitals for better interaction with the patient.• Pharmaceutical Consortium for Medical Products.• Private and voluntary community to solve real problems of the patient and the services to be provided.• Community of practice dedicated to the monitoring of services requested and provided, on the search for new methods of service development to implement, verification cost and time of disbursement of them
  10. 10. What the user sees?
  11. 11. How can we solve the services?• Through the social economy, in order to give a service at a low cost.• Large companies Pharmaceutical or medical or even Microsoft him-self why not sponsor the creation of micro social enterprises.• With the help of young entrepreneurs and voluntary sl territory will implement all the necessary services.• We will implement as Im already done in other situations the model pioneered by M. Yunuss. Because it works
  12. 12. What benefit we get fromISA project?• Assisting in real time the community of older people, giving them real support for a dignified life.• Cost savings of the hospital, the patient is admitted only when strictly necessary.• Direct control over the psychiatric community, and an ongoing assistance to affected families• Involvement of voluntary social structures with an interchange of services and social activities• A love for life at any age is lived.
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