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January 22, 2019

SemLab €4 Million AI-driven research project open for participation to improve quality of life after cancer treatment with health & wearables data.

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SemLab € 4 Million Research project  ”Artificial Intelligence for monitoring health status  combining big data from new sources of health data including mobile health apps & wearables, social-, nutrition- and health records data”. The project is now open for participants within oncology or data driven organizations.

Challenge: AI (Artificial Intelligence) can provide new opportunities to define statistical and clinical significance, but present also challenges as it requires specific analytical approaches.  Cancer treatment Information will not only be collected from traditional sources (cohorts, comprehensive electronic health records and clinical registries) but there is a fast growing number new sources which will be useful to include. Semlab indicated emerging sources from personalized mobile health apps and wearables and sources from other areas such us nutrition, social, environmental data. After informed consent this data from disparate sources effectively monitor health status of individual patients, provide overall actionable insights at the point of care and improve quality of life after the cancer treatment.

Outcome: The project outcome determining and monitoring the combined effects of cancer treatment, environment, lifestyle and genetics on the quality of life, enabling early identification of effects that can cause development of new medical conditions and/or impair the quality of life.

Bram Stalknecht: We focus on how to better acquire, manage, share, model, process and exploit big data using, AI to effectively monitor health status of individual patients, provide overall actionable insights at the point of care and improve quality of life after the cancer treatment.

Participation: Semlab already have good quality partners, but we are open to discuss participation from Oncology Hospitals, Post-oncology Organizations, Pharmaceutical Companies and Health app & wearables Manufacturers. Other companies with relevant data (social, environmental, etc.) are also welcome to discuss participation.
This is a € 4 Million EC-funding Research and Innovation project proposal.

Contact: For more info please contact our sales dept: sales@semlab.nl

 

October 3, 2016

Meditra triage software nu met CE Markering

 

Begin 2017CE (1) komt er een verbeterde versie van Meditra dat goed is gekeurd door het Ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn en Sport.

Meditra is thans door het IGZ geaccepteerd als medisch hulpmiddel en geregistreerd .
Dit betekent dat er een CE-markering geldt voor de applicatie en dus blijft Meditra aan alle richtlijnen voldoen.
Voor het dagelijks gebruik veranderd er echter niets aan het gebruiksgemak, inclusief de computer schermen opbouw en de urgentie categorieën.
Natuurlijk is Meditra ook voor advies te gebruiken, gelinkt met de externe link van thuisarts.nl, ontwikkeld door NHG.
Nieuw is dat er een editor is toegevoegd zodat de gebruiker flexibel kan inspelen op maatschappelijke ontwikkelingen.
Per klant kan dan de specifieke medisch verantwoordelijke ad hoc aanpassingen verrichten worden.

 

March 26, 2009

ViewerPro for early health risk warning

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SemLab is currently proposing a joint research effort, backed by the European Community to deploy their leading event extraction platform ViewerPro in the health risk domain.

SemLab will be leading a consortium of top level technology companies and academia to realise the next level in media monitoring. This project will include speech-to-text functionality, full support for multilinguality, self-learning event extraction and simulation-based event risk assessment.