The core of the project is a unique collection of so-called Open Source IT tools and processes that make it possible for interdisciplinary research groups to experiment with healthcare, organisation, use processes and IT support. These tools and processes are to be developed in the new project to additionally cover daily operations. The project is carried out in collaboration with the Department of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University, the Alexandra Institute and the University of Copenhagen.
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The project develops a telemedicine platform (OpenTele) for collecting healthcare data. The platform consists of a server and a client on a tablet. The platform is developed in collaboration with the Gynaecological & Obstetrical Department at Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby. The platform empowers women to monitor themselves and the foetus at home instead of them having to go to the hospital. At the same time, their sense of security is also enhanced. Read Danish article
The project has developed a national reference architecture for collecting healthcare data from citizens. The system consists of a collection of infrastructure tools that make it easy to link a telemedicine device to the national infrastructure. Read Danish article