Healthcare In Place (C2SHIP) unites the best minds in academic medical and engineering disciplines with leaders in biomedical industry to research, develop and promote in-place care technologies for managing chronic health conditions in the home. The Center will accelerate innovation through partnerships, multi-specialty collaborations, and resource sharing. C2SHIP will prepare an educated workforce to promote wellness through self-care technologies.
The research team proposes to expand and adapt this existing sensor platform to work with people living with ALS. Researchers will add wrist-based wearable sensors (like a smart watch or fitness tracker) to the system, adding the ability to track indicators like blood oxygen saturation and activity outside of the home. Researchers will first test […]
Project Summary/Abstract. Over 85% of Missouri is rural and individuals in these rural areas are older and have reduced access to regular healthcare as compared to individuals living in urban areas of Missouri. Those with disabilities, particularly older adults, are at higher risk for contracting COVID-19. There is a critical need to reduce disability and […]