Phase 3  – STARTED

Phase 3 Started of the European project ROSIA-PCP

In this final Phase, the prototypes will be used in the provision of care  emotely, the Open Platform should seamlessly communicate to all enrolled users and will be used to report and manage care for test individuals. Pilot systems installed and used at each site will be tested for the rehabilitation treatment of the selected pathologies.

The output will be the successful completion of the field-testing in the environment of the three final users: Servicio Aragones de Salud in Spain (SALUD), Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Coimbra in Portugal (CHUC), and National Rehabilitation Hospital in Ireland (NRH).

Logo CERTH Contractor of ROSIA-PCP European Project.

Project´s name: RAISE

Led by the Greek entity CERTH (Centre For Research And Technology Hellas), which also integrates the Spanish TELEVES, IBV and Vidavo, the Greek Research Committee University Ioannina (UoI) and  Trilateral Research, and the Portuguese INESCTEC.

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RAISE is proposing a novel ecosystem in a comprehensive approach to unblock the way towards wide adoption of tele-rehabilitation. The system builds upon integration of a wealth of hardware and software solutions for rehabilitation in a common platform, characterized by openness, standard-based interoperability, and trust stemming from a fine-granulated, risk-adaptive governance model to ensure the seamless integration to and maximum impact of all tools and services offered.

RAISE targets to fulfil the gaps of interoperability and care coordination at diverse levels: a. patient level, b. provider level, c. healthcare level.

RAISE initiates an innovative set of tools for an integrated patient tele-rehabilitation pathway, whose main pillars are the following:


●   An open platform available to patients, their informal caregivers and healthcare professionals for clinical supervision, Shared Care Plan (SCP) design, prescription recommendation, and social collaboration for the tele-rehabilitation period, with a user-friendly multimedia environment.

●   A catalogue of devices, services and tools empowering and educating patients towards self-management with a Shared Care Plan (SCP) across different fields, such as gamified physical exercise, nutrition, speech and language therapy, and more.

●   A developers’ layer on which the solutions will be built, that will provide guidance to the developer for developing catalogue services and integrating with the open platform, as well as assess newly offered solutions to ensure high quality and certified services.

RAISE has already implemented a fully operational solution, which is scheduled to be validated and utilised during Phase 3 by the procurers’ end users.

Logo eurecat Contractor of ROSIA-PCP European Project.

Project´s name: REHABILIFY

The Spanish technology centre Eurecat, which also involves two other Spanish entities, the SME Doole Health, and the Germans Trias i Pujol research centre (IGTP).

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The REHABILIFY platform is a patient-centered solution that aims to democratize rehabilitation, health and wellbeing management, especially for patients living in remote areas with restricted access to healthcare services.

The platform is designed to include different functionalities for each stakeholder. In the first place, there is a patient management center for all involved professionals that follows an integrated-care approach and incorporates a system to support decision-making, care plan definition, and risk stratification. Then, there is an application for patients that promotes self-management, behavioral change, and better follow-up by providing personalized intelligent support through recommender systems that target the main pillars of health. Finally, there is an environment for developers to integrate their third-party solutions and devices into the platform, enabling and supporting a unique access point for the prescription of remote rehabilitation solutions.

The REHABILIFY platform will also foster collaboration and cooperation between professionals and patients, providing a tool to manage the digital community and peer support, enabling continuous patient monitoring and follow-up while monitoring motivation. Therefore, the REHABILIFY platform is expected to have a positive impact on the economic sustainability of rehabilitation programs without compromising the standard of care.

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