i-PROGNOSIS was a proud participant of the eHealth Tallinn event organised under the auspices of the Estonian presidency of the European Union from 16 to 18 October 2017. Speaking at the second Innovation Showcasing Session, Dr. Vasileios Charisis from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) presented the first prototype of the iPrognosis mobile app that will be developed to capture early signs of Parkinson’s disease. You missed it? Catch up with this article!
Because of the absence of motor symptoms and given the fluctuating nature of the disease, initial symptoms often go unnoticed. An early treatment is crucial to improve the patient’s quality of life; thus the i-PROGNOSIS concept is based on 2 pillars: smart early detection and personalised assistive interventions. For those purposes, we are hiring volunteers! Find more information here.
The eHealth Tallinn event was a great opportunity to network and display the project work progress both on the occasion of the Innovation Showcasing Session and in the EU Project Pavillon where i-PROGNOSIS had a booth. You can read more about the project in the article published just before the eHealth Tallinn event on HiMSS Insight Europe.
— Danielle Siarri (@innonurse) October 17, 2017