Data interoperability for remote patient monitoring

Project Details

digital health data upload

Wireless communication-enabled devices such as blood pressure, pulse oximetry and continuous glucose monitors allow for home-based monitoring of patients for research data collection and real-time adverse event detection.

This project focusses on addressing 2 key barriers to the uptake of these techniologies:

  1. Easier communication of data from multiple proprietary devices and information platforms through a secure, open-sourced, standards-compliant data sharing gateway.
  2. Remote patient support for device and data system usage to facilitate remote clinical trials and health service delivery.

Our approach is designed to deliver clincially useful outcomes, while committing to accessibility, patient privacy and data security.

Research Group

Chris Ryan

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