Download
cosc7388 advanced topics in distributed computing mobile computing in smart health and well beings n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Rong Zheng Associate Professor@CS PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Rong Zheng Associate Professor@CS

Rong Zheng Associate Professor@CS

110 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

Rong Zheng Associate Professor@CS

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. COSC7388: Advanced Topics in Distributed Computing-- Mobile Computing in Smart Health and Well beings Rong Zheng Associate Professor@CS

  2. Healthcare reality in US • 25.8 million children and adults in the United States—8.3% of the population—have diabetes • 0.26% of population 20 years of age or under • People 65+ represented 12.4% of the population in the year 2000 but are expected to grow to be 19% of the population by 2030 (Administration of Aging) • the United States spent $7,146 on health care per capita and 15.2% percentage of its GDP (WHO) • 195,000 Americans die a year due to preventable errors (HealthGrades, 2004) • Life expectancy at birth in the USA, 78.49, is 50th in the world

  3. Needs for better health delivery Overarching goal: Optimized care decisions by bringing all relevant evidence pertaining to the particularpatient to the point of care anywhere and anytime and in user-appropriate forms for all members of the care team Normalization and harmonization of electronic health records (HER) Extraction and representation of data, information, and knowledge from diverse unstructured sources Frequent and large-scale data collection and predictive modeling

  4. Paradigm shifts Involvement and enabling of individuals to participate in their care From reactive to preventive From clinic-centric to patient-centric, and From disease-centered to wellness centered

  5. High penetration rate of mobile devices 1 China 1,046,510,000 1,341,000,000 75.32 June 2012 2 India 934,094,206 1,211,929,872 76.99 June 2012 3 US 327,577,529 310,866,000 103.9 June 2011 4 Brazil 254,948,934 192,379,287 132.52 June 2012 5 Indonesia 250,100,000 237,556,363 105.28 May 2009 6 Russia 224,260,000 142,905,200 154.5 July 2011 7 Japan 121,246,700 127,628,095 95.1 June 2011 8 Pakistan 119,860,799 178,854,781 68.60 May 2012 9 Germany 107,000,000 81,882,342 130.1 2009 10 Nigeria 101,271,578 140,000,000 72.3 May 2012 • 64.7% of world population subscribe to mobile phone services in 2012 (wikipedia)

  6. (Mobile) networking technologies in healthcare In-hospital care In home care • Social networks • Patient & physician support group • Epidemic disease detection and modeling Diagnosis and care delivery • Access of information at point of care • Cloud-assisted modeling and assessment • Early detection Sensing • Ubiquitous health data collection • Continuous sensing of physiological information • Monitoring of dietary behavior and activities

  7. Scope of the class • Science and engineering side • Wireless technologies • Sensing technologies • Mobile platform programming (Windows Mobile 7, Android) • Cloud • Software engr. practice • Medical side • Viewpoints from medical practitioners • Case studies

  8. Course format Lectures Guest lectures Survey presentation Project discussion and presentation

  9. Semester-long Project Innovative idea needed Preferably decease-oriented Survey to understand the state of the art Design of experiments early on Processing and interpretation of data Oral presentation and written report Use of SVN for code maintenance

  10. Tentative Schedule