Care Innovations - COPD Monitoring
This project is in Phase III. More information about the different phases on research projects at Jump can be found here.
OSF HealthCare and Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center are partnering with Intel-GE Care Innovations® to determine whether data from a remote care management system along with activity data from the home, can be effectively gathered and combined with survey data, consumer data and electronic medical record data to provide a more complete and accurate picture of a patient’s health.
The idea is to place smart sensor systems all around a patient’s home, tracking activities of daily living (ADLs) as well as vitals like heart rate and blood pressure, and compare that to outcome data from electronic medical records.
The goal is to improve outcomes and cost effectiveness in caring for at-risk populations.
Data is being collected from the home environment and electronic medical records for those with Stage 3 and 4 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
Blogs & Press Releases
Milestone for Care Innovations Research
Written on November 18, 2014
Sometimes little milestones are really big milestones. Last week we enrolled our first patient in the Care Innovations Research Study.
Care Innovations Partnership: An Important Step
Written on June 27, 2014
Helping at-risk patients take better care of themselves – It’s an important mission that Paul Pribaz, Executive Director of Innovation at Jump, keeps on his radar each day.
OSF HealthCare and Intel-GE Care Innovations™ Collaborate ...
Written on June 18, 2014
Announcing a new partnership using Jump to look at the connection between patient data from the home with data collected in clinical settings.
In The Media
- Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center Tests Life-Saving Sensors - Central Illinois Proud (1/7/15)