We are thrilled to share that Moveshelf and AUMC have been given the opportunity of extending their R&D collaboration and continue the co-creation of their solution for remote monitoring of children with dyskinesia, moving forward towards clinical implementation, to soon support families and caregivers in reducing number of hospital visits and improving quality of information for personalized treatment selection. The subsidy is a follow-up of MODYS@home and has been recently granted by ZonMW, for spreading and implementing integral workflows in health care VIMP.
The last two years of collaboration between AUMC and Moveshelf resulted in a successful proof of concept application to capture videos and sensor data from wearables and safely share measurement with clinicians (see short movie here). The tool is aimed at reducing hospital visits, supporting clinicians, parents and the children, by allowing monitoring of the progress of the children remotely, thanks to smartphones, cloud technologies and machine learning.
Building on the results from MODYS@home, this follow-up project will focus on further developing the solution, readying it for daily clinical use. Within the project, Moveshelf will integrate its certified cloud Information System, with the developed mobile application to allow capture and secure transfer of videos and inertial sensor data, so they can safely and seamlessly be received and accessed by the clinicians directly in the patient folder in AUMC’s electronic health record system.
We are very much looking forward to the continuation of this exciting project and to the first clinical use of this valuable technology! We believe these collaborations are of incredible value to push innovation and adoption of technology, to support healthcare professionals, patients and their families. If you are looking for a partner in your research project, feel free to get in touch through the button below.