Project outline ElDeRly-friEndly Alarm handling and MonitorING Salon Avante 2010
DREAMING - A long way to get here Conception and fine-tuning of the idea Pilots The way to DREAMING MATURITY OFTHE SOLUTION 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Development of the solution Commercialisation
DREAMING - A long way to get here Smart clothes Traditional biosensors Integration biosensors-environmental sensors Wearable sensors Implantable sensors The way to DREAMING 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Domotic Positioning, navigation Behaviour analysis TECHNOLOGIES
DREAMING is one of the very first Pilot B projects funded under the new European Union CIP-PSP (Competitiveness and Innovation Programme – Policy Support Programme)
Project start date: 1 st of May 2008
Project duration: 36 months
Total budget: 5.540.000 Euros
EU contribution: 2.770.000 Euros
6 real life trials in Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Spain and Sweden
DREAMING in a nutshell
The DREAMING Consortium Tesan-Televita Srl Italy A.S.S. n. 1 Triestina Italy AGE - European Older People’s Platform Belgium Region Syddanmark Denmark Pflegewerk Management GmbH Germany East-Tallinn Central Hospital Estonia Servicio Aragonés de la Salud Spain Health Information Management SA Belgium TeleMedicina Rizzoli S.p.A. Italy TB-Solutions Spain Municipality of Heby Sweden County Council of Uppsala Sweden Municipality of Langeland Denmark
EVALUATE a new health service in order to OFFER comprehensive assistance to chronic patients at home, WITH THE HELP of new information technology and communications.
Comprehensive care: OMS criteria. Meeting the physical, psychological and social aspects of patients.
USE CASE: elderly fragile +65
Medical criteria: pluripathology, poly-pharmacy, recent hospitalization (admission in the last year), readmissions (2 or > in the last year ), falls (1 or more in the last 6 months), diseases as dementia, neoplasia, stroke, heart failure, depression
Functional criteria: elderly with none independency for doing daily life activities
Socio-demographical: aged more than 80 with difficulties for receiving help (living alone)
Mean age 75,77 Male 25 Female 15 More frequent age range 75-79 Mean age 75,6 Male 24 Female 16 More frequent age range 75-79 Disease Diabetes Mellitus Chronic Heart Failure Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease History of myocardial infarction History of Stroke Patients TG 16 11 11 14 5 Patients CG 16 12 11 11 4 TOTAL 32 23 22 25 9
Key Components Vital Monitors In-Touch Base Unit HIS Mambo 2.5 HOME SWEET HOME Portal Domotic Monitors/Smart Home Components Security/ Movement Climate/Energy Management Door locking /unlocking Lightning control ello! Video Communication
Differential features with regards to other pilot sites
All patients (test and control group):
(SF-36) to measure patient health and well-being.
(HADS) to measure anxiety and hospital depression .
Philadelphia indicator to measure lifestyle satisfaction.
Pfeiffer questionnaire in order to measure the degree of cognitive impairment.
Lawton-Brody scale and Barthel index to measure the degree of dependence.
061 Emergency Call Specialized Healthcare Fragile elderly included in the project DREAMING TEAM (Emergency Unit) Monitoring and permanent communication Primary healthcare of Health Care Centre CONTACT CENTRE: Operation