Personal Health Systems     Loukianos GatzoulisDG Information Society & Media    European Commission
ICT WP preparation•    Consultation with stakeholders is key:1)   Through dedicated events       Consultation Workshops   ...
Consultation Example - BMIIn Biomedical Informatics•   First Step:    •   BIOINFOMED study (2002), http://bioinfomed.iscii...
Consultation Example - VPHIn Virtual Physiological Human•   Launch of the Virtual Physiological Human initiative      ICT-...
PHS Consultation for ICT WP in FP7•   First consultation workshop      Luzern, February 2006 (within pHealth 2006 conferen...
Past Activities:       Connecting the points of care  (Regional) Health Information Networks                              ...
Personal Health Systems:     Connecting individuals with    Health Information Networks                               Hosp...
Personal Health Systems - PHS• A relatively recent concept  Introduced in the 1990s  Place the individual citizen in the c...
Personal Health Systems:      the bigger pictureData acquisition   Data processing & analysis                             ...
Personal Health SystemsMainly in the form of:  Wearable, implantable, portable systemsNon-/minimally-invasive monitoring  ...
Personal Health SystemsBenefits for all:  Health conscious who wish to stay fit  Healthy individuals at risk who wish to m...
Prototype PHS for monitoringExamples                          AMON Wrist-worn devices Body Sensor Networks                ...
Prototype PHS for monitoring•   Measuring neurological parameters      Textiles with embedded sensors to assist rehabilita...
PHS – molecular diagnosticsPrevention/early identification of a disease Lab-on-Chip, microfluidics, integrated sensors    ...
First PHS call in FP7 - Main Aspects• 3 main Target Outcome areas:(a) IPs for Personalised Monitoring: Solutions based on ...
First PHS call in FP7 – Selection Overview                                           Areas coveredTarget Outcome          ...
Future PHS calls in FP7 - Possibilities• ICT Work Programme 2009-2010:(a) ICT-enabled Artificial Organs (Wearable, Portabl...
Future PHS calls in FP7 - Possibilities•   Work Programmes 2011+:(a) Input from the PHS2020 project         Workshops and ...
Contact:Loukianos GatzoulisDG Information Society and MediaUnit “ICT for Health”Loukianos.Gatzoulis@ec.europa.euDisclaimer...
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  1. 1. Personal Health Systems Loukianos GatzoulisDG Information Society & Media European Commission
  2. 2. ICT WP preparation• Consultation with stakeholders is key:1) Through dedicated events Consultation Workshops Conferences2) Through dedicated projects Support Actions Studies3) Other sources E.g. SRAs of ETPs
  3. 3. Consultation Example - BMIIn Biomedical Informatics• First Step: • BIOINFOMED study (2002), http://bioinfomed.isciii.es Prospective Analysis on the Relationships and Synergy between Medical Informatics and Bioinformatics “White paper” published in 2003• Follow up: SYMBIOmatics R&D Roadmap for BMI (Support Action in FP6) (http://www.symbiomatics.org/) Workshops: Barcelona, October 2004 Brussels, June 2005
  4. 4. Consultation Example - VPHIn Virtual Physiological Human• Launch of the Virtual Physiological Human initiative ICT-BIO conference, June 2006, Brussels• Road mapping project STEP FP6 project (Support Action) VPH Roadmap available at: http://www.biomedtown.org/biomed_town/STEP/Reception/step _presentations/RoadMap/plfng_view• First VPH call for proposals in FP7 ICT call 2 €72M funding available
  5. 5. PHS Consultation for ICT WP in FP7• First consultation workshop Luzern, February 2006 (within pHealth 2006 conference) Input to ICT WP 2007-08 in FP7• Second consultation workshop Tampere, January 2008 (within Pervasive Health 2008) Input to ICT WP 2009-2010 in FP7• Study on Application of Robotics in Healthcare Input to ICT WP of 2011 and beyond• Road mapping project (Support Action) PHS2020 FP7 project, 12 months duration Input to ICT WP of 2011 and beyond• More workshops…
  6. 6. Past Activities: Connecting the points of care (Regional) Health Information Networks Hospital Emergency Health Centre Pharmacy Secure Networks Mobile, Region 3 Wireless & Broadbandmobile PC Region 2 Region 1 Home Mobility
  7. 7. Personal Health Systems: Connecting individuals with Health Information Networks Hospital Emergency Health Centre Pharmacy Secure Networks Mobile, Region 3 Wireless & Broadbandmobile PC Region 2 Region 1 Home Mobility
  8. 8. Personal Health Systems - PHS• A relatively recent concept Introduced in the 1990s Place the individual citizen in the centre of the healthcare delivery process• Key facilitators for: Continuity of care Preventive & personalised care Citizen-centred care citizen empowerment preventive lifestyle & early diagnosis disease management independent living for ageing society
  9. 9. Personal Health Systems: the bigger pictureData acquisition Data processing & analysis Tilt Health / call Centre 1500 Sympthoms RR [msec] 1000 Medical 500 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 t [sec] SBP [mmHg] 150 100 50 200 100 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 t [sec] 1600 1800 2000 2200 expertise SCMI [%] 50 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 Positive VVS Risk 2000 2200 0.5 t [sec] Risk [--] 0 -0.5 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 t [sec]Sensors for Intelligent Hospitalmulti-parametric analysismonitoring Support to diagnosis decision & treatment Data communication and feedback
  10. 10. Personal Health SystemsMainly in the form of: Wearable, implantable, portable systemsNon-/minimally-invasive monitoring Remote and continuous health status monitoring Personalised medical advice, recommendations and treatment as necessaryEmphasis so far: Physiological monitoring (vital signs) Physical activity monitoring (body-kinematics) Functional stimulation (post-event rehabilitation) Molecular diagnostics for screening applications (e.g. cancer)
  11. 11. Personal Health SystemsBenefits for all: Health conscious who wish to stay fit Healthy individuals at risk who wish to maintain normal health status Chronically ill patients Elderly persons or people in need, who want to live independently outside care institutions Health professionals support by provision of monitoring and diagnostic data assistance in making accurate decisions
  12. 12. Prototype PHS for monitoringExamples AMON Wrist-worn devices Body Sensor Networks MOBIHEALTH Biomedical clothes MYHEART WEALTHY
  13. 13. Prototype PHS for monitoring• Measuring neurological parameters Textiles with embedded sensors to assist rehabilitation of post-stroke patients MYHEART
  14. 14. PHS – molecular diagnosticsPrevention/early identification of a disease Lab-on-Chip, microfluidics, integrated sensors Integration of different functions in miniature devices (preparation, mixing, analysis, etc.) Parallel measurements from small samples High throughput screening Identify predisposition to diseases
  15. 15. First PHS call in FP7 - Main Aspects• 3 main Target Outcome areas:(a) IPs for Personalised Monitoring: Solutions based on wearable or portable/mobile ICT systems, which facilitate remote monitoring and care at preferred environments. Emphasis on non-invasive or minimally-invasive, multi-parametric monitoring, combined with expert feedback and care in closed-loop systems. Focus on two main directions: Chronic disease management Preventive monitoring(b) IPs for Point-of-Care diagnostics: Systems for multi-analyte screening at primary care. Based on portable or handheld devices, carrying out multiple tests at e.g. genome and proteome levels. The aim is to: identify predisposition to diseases enable early diagnosis of a disease aid treatment (e.g. dosage advice or drug suitability)(c) Coordination and Support Actions on: Topic 1: RTD roadmap on Personal Health Systems Topic 2: Reliability of wireless transmission of health-related information Topic 3: Interoperability of Personal Health Systems with other eHealth systems
  16. 16. First PHS call in FP7 – Selection Overview Areas coveredTarget Outcome Main Medical Target(a) Personalised Monitoring Cardiovascular Diseases (Heart Failure and Coronary Heart Disease) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Chronic Kidney Disease and Renal Insufficiency Neurodegenerative Diseases and Movement Disorders (e.g. Parkinson’s Disease) Type I and type II Diabetes Metabolic Status (metabolic disorders and diabetes)(b) Point-of-Care diagnostics Celiac Disease (gluten intolerance) Autoimmune Diseases (Multiple Sclerosis & Rheumatoid Arthritis) Lower Respiratory Tract Infections and their antibiotic resistance(c) Coordination and Support Actions, Topic 1 RTD roadmap for Personal Health Systems
  17. 17. Future PHS calls in FP7 - Possibilities• ICT Work Programme 2009-2010:(a) ICT-enabled Artificial Organs (Wearable, Portable, Implantable)(b) Precise, minimally invasive systems for early diagnosis and treatment(c) Mental health: Early diagnosis and management• Higher risk research than in FP7 Call1
  18. 18. Future PHS calls in FP7 - Possibilities• Work Programmes 2011+:(a) Input from the PHS2020 project Workshops and Conferences End: December 2008(b) Input from study on Robotics applications in Healthcare End: June 2008 Workshop organised in April 2008(c) Further consultation exercise organised by the EC
  19. 19. Contact:Loukianos GatzoulisDG Information Society and MediaUnit “ICT for Health”Loukianos.Gatzoulis@ec.europa.euDisclaimer:The views developed in this presentation are those of the authors and donot reflect necessarily the official position of the European Commission onthe subject matter

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