Blog posts

Sustainable care for multimorbid elderly patients with mild cognitive impairment
Published on 22 October 2021

Multimorbidity, defined as the simultaneous occurrence of at least two chronic diseases, is a characteristic of.. Read more

Pain Assessment in Patients with Minimal Cognitive Deficit and Mild Dementia
Published on 16 December 2021

The self-report of the affected person is also the "gold standard" for the assessment of pain in people with.. Read more

Security, Ethics, Legal and Privacy aspects of AI in the Health domain
Published on 22 January 2022

Artificial intelligence (AI) has a significant impact on many aspects of modern life, from education, entertainment.. Read more

Dementia, Csomorbidity and ICTs
Published on 18 February 2022

Dementia figures are alarming. As the WHO warned in September 2021 "more than 55 million people suffer from, dementia worldwide, yet only one out of four countries has care plans for them or their families".. Read more

The challenge of reconciling multiple clinical guidelines in the context of multi-morbidity
Published on 17 March 2022

Modern medical practice relies on the delivery of high quality evidence based care. The translation of that evidence base into clinical practice is supported by clinical guidelines.. Read more

The role of economic evaluation in the CAREPATH project
Published on 05 May 2022

The economic evaluation (EE) of healthcare technologies has become in many European countries and worldwide a basic tool for reimbursement, pricing and purchasing decisions.. Read more

Patient Empowerment Platform for older multimorbid patients with mild dementia or mild cognitive impairment (MCI)
Published on 10 June 2022

In parallel with the worldwide aging of the population, the prevalence of both dementia and multimorbidity increase. Multimorbidity can be defined as the presence of two or more long-term health conditions.. Read more

Machine Learning for dementia early detection
Published on 29 August 2022

Dementia affects in its big majority elderly people and exists in 4 types,Alzheimer dementia,Vascular dementia.. Read more