We have developed a rapid remote health monitoring architecture called RASPRO using wearable sensors and smartphones. RASPRO’s novelty comes from its techniques to efficiently compute compact alerts from sensor data. The alerts are computationally fast to run on patients’ smartphones, are effective to accurately communicate patients’ severity to physicians, take into consideration inter-sensor dependencies, and are adaptive based on recently observed parametric trends. Preliminary implementation with practicing physicians and testing on patient data from our collaborating multi-specialty hospital has yielded encouraging results. © ICST Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering 2017.
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