Nikolaos Maglaveras1, Ioanna Chouvarda2, Vassilis Koutkias3, Alan Sahakian4, Aggelos Katsaggelos4
Invited/Special Session Paper (Oral)
16:00 - 17:30 | Thu 16 Feb | Salon 6-7 | ThC2
The evolution of precision medicine demands integration of information at a number of levels including biomolecular data, physiology and phenotype data arising from eHealth, connected health and point of care applications both in clinical and non-clinical settings. This approach aims in sustainable health delivery solutions based on the P4 (predictive, preventive, personalized, and participatory) medicine. To achieve this big biodata service chains have commenced appearing although still at infancy. We present new approaches for data management and analysis from the AEGLE EU project where data from clinical and health care systems are addressed, and the BigO and WELCOME projects with big biodata coming from social and telemonitoring platforms.
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