EU: REACTION Project Deliverable - Scenarios for usage of the REACTION platform

Published on: 19/09/2010
Last update: 18/01/2011

Description (short summary):
The Remote Accessibility to Diabetes Management and Therapy in Operational healthcare Networks (REACTION) project aims to research and develop an intelligent service platform that can provide professional, remote monitoring and therapy management to diabetes patients in different healthcare regimes across Europe.

The project will develop an integrated approach to improved long-term management of diabetes. Included will be continuous blood glucose monitoring, clinical monitoring and intervention strategies, prediction of related disease indicators, risk assessment, and, ultimately, automated closed-loop delivery of insulin.

A range of REACTION services will be developed targeted to insulin-dependent type I diabetic patients, and complementary services will be targeted at the long-term management of all diabetic patients. This developmental goal will inevitably have to include consideration of the co-morbidities prevalent in most diabetes patients.

The purpose of this deliverable is to document and describe the requirements collected in the project which encompass the needs and priorities of the users as well as the wider exploitability and scalability requirements. The deliverable provides top-level user requirements in the form of workflows, case management principles and vision scenarios of future use of the REACTION platform. 

Number of pages: 108

Related ePractice publications:
EU: REACTION Project Deliverable - Technical Requirements for Medical Data Management

EU: REACTION Project Deliverable - Communication standards within Body Area Networks (BAN) and Personal Area Networks (PAN)

Nature of documentation: Independent reports and studies


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