Project members Elisabeth Tweesteden Hospital (ETZ) and the Technical University Eindhoven (TUE) presented the Do CHANGE ecosystem at the European Society of Cardiology in Barcelona. This on behalf of the Do CHANGE consortium. “We are including patients and starting trials right now, an exciting moment to test the ecosystem and all of its associated mTools.” Thus Eugene van Manen, organizing head of cardiology at ETZ. Also presented and promoted at the event is the VIRE app, the mobile application used by the Do CHANGE ecosystem to manage and control the mTOOL and health data of the users. Developer Mart Wetzels, PhD candidate at TUE, is very pleased with the functionalities and insights that are offered by this VIRE app.
The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is an independent, non-profit organization. Our members and decision-makers are busy healthcare professionals who volunteer their time and expertise. The ESC represents more than 90 000 men and women in the field of cardiology from Europe, the Mediterranean basin and far beyond.