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Do CHANGE SIGNED

Do Cardiac Health: Advanced New Generation Ecosystem

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Project "Do CHANGE" data sheet

The following table provides information about the project.

Coordinator
DOCOBO LTD 

Organization address
address: THE OLD GRANARY HIGH STREET 21
city: BOOKHAM
postcode: KT23 4AA
website: www.docobo.co.uk

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 Coordinator Country United Kingdom [UK]
 Project website http://www.do-change.eu
 Total cost 5˙881˙000 €
 EC max contribution 4˙711˙000 € (80%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.3.1.4. (Active ageing and self-management of health)
 Code Call H2020-PHC-2014-single-stage
 Funding Scheme RIA
 Starting year 2015
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2015-02-01   to  2018-07-31

 Partnership

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# participants  country  role  EC contrib. [€] 
1    DOCOBO LTD UK (BOOKHAM) coordinator 883˙562.00
2    ONMI BV NL (EINDHOVEN) participant 674˙687.00
3    STICHTING SMART HOMES NL (EINDHOVEN) participant 662˙375.00
4    FUNDACIO EURECAT ES (CERDANYOLA DEL VALLES (BARCELONA)) participant 562˙250.00
5    DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT LTD UK (BRIGHTON) participant 561˙875.00
6    TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT EINDHOVEN NL (EINDHOVEN) participant 500˙000.00
7    BADALONA SERVEIS ASSISTENCIALS SA ES (Badalona) participant 421˙250.00
8    STICHTING TWEESTEDEN ZIEKENHUIS NL (TILBURG) participant 411˙875.00
9    SYNERGETICS N.V. BE (ANTWERPEN) participant 33˙125.00
10    DALIN TZU CHI HOSPITAL BUDDHIST TZUCHI MEDICAL FOUNDATION TW (DALIN TOWN CHIA YI) participant 0.00
11    FUNDACION CETEMMSA ES (MATARO) participant 0.00
12    INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE INCORPORATED TW (CHUTUNG) participant 0.00
13    NATIONAL CHUNG CHENG UNIVERSITY TW (CHIA-YI COUNTY) participant 0.00

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 Project objective

The primary objective of Do CHANGE is to develop a health ecosystem for integrated disease management of citizens with high blood pressure and patients with ischemic heart disease or heart failure. The system will give them access to a set of personalized health services in a near real-time fashion. This disruptive system will incorporate behavior change methods, such as “Do Something Different”, in conjunction with new innovative wearable/portable tools that can scan nature and volume of food and fluid intake, monitor behavior and clinical parameters in normal living situations. The objectives will be achieved by empowering patients with (1) tools and services, made available on smartphone or tablet and (2) the full control over the personal data they share with carers. To that extend a cyclic co-design methodology with end-users and health care professionals will be followed during the entire project. At the same time innovative end-user tools, including (1) a smart spatula for salt measurement, (2) a new artifact for fluid measurement and (3) a wearable food scan micro-spectrometer device, will be tested, (re-)designed and evaluated with patients and health professionals in Spain, NL and Taiwan. In view of the better balanced patient-care relationship, the traditional e-health telemonitoring will be enhanced with end-to-end trust assured transactions, secure storage, and ethical analytics of personal health data, making the patient an genuine stakeholder in his own cure processes and the ethical integration point of his own data. The proposal will be highly relevant to PCH 26 (ii): citizens’ life-style, socio-cultural values are continuously taken into account and a new range of mHealth tools is developed including a disruptive one from Taiwan. By providing concrete behavioral alternatives the new system will help patients to adhere to medical recommendations. Patient engagement and sanitized data logistics are to lead to significant health cost reductions.

 Deliverables

List of deliverables.
The Identity and Permissions Management Framework Design - Version 2 Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Third-cycle completion report including final video of all scenarios Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:27
Dissemination and networking report (b) Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:20
Second evaluation report for the testing in controlled environments Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Final specifications of tools and services Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Dissemination and networking report (a) Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Optimised calibration and accuracy of sensors Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Final report on cost/benefit analyses of introducing Do CHANGE Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:20
First explorations of cost/benefit analyses of introducing (parts of) the DoCHANGE ecosystem – version 2 Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Cross-pilot sites deployment plans Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Cross-pilot sites deployment plans - Phase 2 Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Second version of the Do CHANGE evaluation framework Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:27
Local Medical Ethical Committee, informed consent and recruitment strategies - Phase 2 Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Local Medical Ethical Committee, informed consent form and recruitment strategies Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
First explorations of cost/benefit analyses of introducing (parts of) the Do CHANGE ecosystem Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
First evaluation report for the testing in controlled environments Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:26
Phase 1 Evaluation Report Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:23
Final evaluation report Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Testing methodology in controlled environments Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Detailed specifications of tools and services Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Do CHANGE Application Programming Interfaces Design – Phase 1 Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
The Identity and Permissions Management Framework Design - Version 1 Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
First-cycle completion report including integrated use cases Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Project presentation website and leaflet Websites, patent fillings, videos etc. 2019-04-29 08:13:19
First version of the Do CHANGE evaluation framework Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Ethical and legal manual Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Overall Do CHANGE ecosystem infrastructure architecture, including DDS and ecosystem component framework – Version 2 Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Explorations of sensor technology Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Second-cycle completion report including video of all scenarios Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Revised specifications of tools and services Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19
Overall Do CHANGE ecosystem infrastructure architecture Documents, reports 2019-04-29 08:13:19

Take a look to the deliverables list in detail:  detailed list of Do CHANGE deliverables.

 Publications

year authors and title journal last update
List of publications.
2018 Mirela Habibović, Eva Broers, Jordi Piera-Jimenez, Mart Wetzels, Idowu Ayoola, Johan Denollet, Jos Widdershoven
Enhancing Lifestyle Change in Cardiac Patients Through the Do CHANGE System (“Do Cardiac Health: Advanced New Generation Ecosystem”): Randomized Controlled Trial Protocol
published pages: e40, ISSN: 1929-0748, DOI: 10.2196/resprot.8406
JMIR Research Protocols 7/2 2019-04-29
2018 Idowu Ayoola, Mart Wetzels, Peter Peters, Sander van Berlo, Loe Feijs
Do CHANGE platform: A service-based architecture for secure aggregation and distribution of health and wellbeing data
published pages: 103-111, ISSN: 1386-5056, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2018.06.004
International Journal of Medical Informatics 117 2019-05-29

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