Sensor-based technologies for the detection of epileptic seizures and health technologies for the secure and standardized electronic data exchange between healthcare providers, patients, and their relatives help to create transparency in the therapy and thus to optimize the treatment. Particularly in the case of drug therapy, the detection and documentation of seizures and medical side effects is an important basis for decision-making. In this article, we analyze the requirements of such solutions from the user's point of view. To ensure the sustainability and integrability of our solutions, crossfunctional requirements such as interoperability, data protection and data security are taken into account. Based on our requirements analysis, we have implemented an overall solution for sensor-based and standard-based health technologies. A subsequent evaluation study with the developed mobile application and web portal shows a strong interest of patients and relatives to integrate these solutions into their daily lives.
Houta, Salima; Meschede, Carolin; Beeres, Kassandra; Surges, Rainer; and Klötgen, Marcel, "USER-CENTERED DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF STANDARD-BASED HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES FOR EPILEPSY CARE" (2020). In Proceedings of the 28th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), An Online AIS Conference, June 15-17, 2020.
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