Do cardiac health: advanced new generation ecosystem

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IT'S ABOUT PEOPLE
From over two hundred funding requests the European Commission chose to fund the Do CHANGE project. The main objective of the project is to develop a life management ecosystem for improving health and wellbeing. The system will take account of a range of near real-time measurements including the patient's nutritional, health indices, and their behavioural habits. This breakthrough system integrates necessary behaviour changes with measures from new portable devices and nutritional scanning tools for such things as salt and water. In addition to the EU funding the project is also being supported financially by the Taiwanese Government to the Taiwanese partners - ITRI and the Buddhist Tzu-Chi Dalin General Hospital.

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A WORLDWIDE PARTNERSHIP
BELGIUM SPAIN TAIWAN UNITED KINGDOM NETHERLANDS

The consortium of the Do CHANGE project consists of partners all over the world. We are a group of eleven partners coming from both the public and private sector with experience in health, technology and data-care. The aim of our work is to create a new life mangementmanagement ecosystem with the patient as ethical integration point of their own data. The project is funded by the European Commission. On top of that the Do CHANGE project is also funded by the the TaiwaneesTaiwanese GouvernmentGovernment. Within this diversity of cultures and behavioural habits the project will create a globally relevant tool to improve health and wellbeing with accompanying economic and social advantages.

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Smart Homes

Elisabeth TweeSteden Ziekenhuis

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Onmi

Synergetics

Do Something Different

Docobo

Eurecat

Badalona Serveis Assistencials

Industrial Technology Research Institute

Buddhist Tzu-Chi Dalin General Hospital

Funding:

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 643735 and the Taiwanese Ministry of Economics, DOIT.

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