Longitudinal Healthcare Data Management Platform of Healthcare IoT Devices for Personalized Services
Ahyoung Choi (Gachon University, South Korea)
Hangsik Shin (Chonnam National University, South Korea)
Abstract: Recently, many studies have been conducted on how to manage and analyze various types of health data such as clinical data, genomic data, and wirelessly collected multiple sensory data. In this paper, we propose a web-based healthcare data integration and management platform that collects heterogeneous types of health-related medical record as well as real-time lifelogging data. This platform provides flexible architecture to different types of data exchanges. The platform manages real-time data such as heart rate, blood pressure, and activity information extracted from various healthcare devices and provides functions to transmit them to the server. Then it analyses the risk based on a domain knowledge and individual differences by applying machine learning tools, then visualizes the result to the patient and doctor dynamically based on information simplification method. It also controls the data access authority concerning the level of expertise and role. For evaluation of integrated data analysis, we apply open database and evaluate the proposed risk analyser result. The proposed platform could be utilized for future healthcare service to share accumulated healthcare data in various situations.
Keywords: data integration, data management, electrical medical record, healthcare data, lifelogging data
Categories: E.0, H.3.4, H.3.5, H.5.1, H.5.2