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A Federated Collaborative Care Cure Cloud Architecture for Addressing the Needs of Multi-morbidity and Managing Poly-pharmacy


Le 15/04/2019 de 09:45 à 11:00

Description :

The C3-Cloud project is a 4-year Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Action project, that started in May 2016, run by a consortium of 12 partners across 7 countries in Europe.

C3-Cloud aims to develop personalised care plans for complex multimorbid patients, supported by ICT tools and managed by a coordinated multidisciplinary team, that promotes integrated care and the involvement of the patient and/or caregiver.

There is an increasing need to organise the care around the patient with the involvement of all stakeholders. As a response to this requirement, the C3-Cloud project aims to achieve high quality integrated care with the support of ICT. At this stage of the project (Month 35) we could achieve the deployment of the C3-Cloud solution in 3 pilot sites (Basque Country, Sweden and UK) across EU.

A Personalised Care Plan Development Platform allows collaborative creation and execution of personalised care plans for multimorbid patients, through systematic and semi-automatic reconciliation of clinical guidelines. This is realised with the help of Decision Support Modules, recommendation reconciliation, poly-pharmacy management and goal setting. Fusion of multimodal patient and provider data is achieved via C3-Cloud Interoperability Middleware for seamless integration with existing information systems. A Terminology Service with advanced semantic functions enables meaningful analysis of multimodal data and clinical rules. Active patient involvement and treatment adherence will be attained through a Patient Empowerment Platform. In this scope, the LIMICS team developed the Semantic Interoperability Suite (SIS), including both terminology and structural mapping the knowledge specifications of Renal failure rules using the Guideline Definition Language (GDL) for the clinical decision support modules (CDSMs) including 81-unit test cases the early application testing of the entire system involving 48 test participants issued from different groups of end-users in the 3 pilot sites.

During this seminar, we will focus on the presentation of LIMICS 3 main contributions and obtained results. Then we will discuss exploitation perspectives in providing the C3-Cloud solution to a French pilot site.

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