Principal Investigator: Panos Kanavos (PI for one work package)
Leading Partner: Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) - Greece
Start Date: 01 May 2021
End Date: 30 April 2025
Keywords: Heart Failure; Telemonitoring, Personalised Interventions, Real World data, Artificial Intelligence
RETENTION aims to develop an innovative platform to support enhanced clinical monitoring and interventions aimed at improving the clinical management of patients with chronic Heart Failure, reducing their mortality and hospitalisation rates, and improving their quality of life, safety, and well-being.
The project exploits the technological convergence of state-of-the-art technologies, to develop innovative, transparent, and sophisticated decision-making capabilities and deliver personalized effective interventions for advance heart failure diseases. This is achieved through:
- Introducing daily patient monitoring of Heart Failure patients outside hospitals in order to collect different types of clinical, behavioural and real-world data for them.
- Analysing the collected data, using novel data analytics and artificial intelligence technologies, with the aim to identify patterns and associations in the data that can improve the clinical management of patients, reduce hospitalisations and death rate and improve their quality of life.
- Assessing the potential of using remote Heart Failure Patients monitoring, including patient safety and quality and the necessity for remote monitoring and support for a continually increasing older adult population living with complex, multimorbid conditions and presenting health services with an ever-increasing strenuous demand.