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Challenges In Personalized Systems For Personal Health Care

C. Fernández-Llatas, A. Martinez-Romero, A. Bianchi, J. Henriques, P. Carvalho, V. Traver
Published 2016 · Medicine, Computer Science

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Personalization is one of the drivers to deal with the sustainability of the health care systems in Eastern or Western countries. This position paper presents a set of challenges in personalized systems for Personal Health Care, especially in the field of cardiovascular diseases. Authors present the LINK initiative to push for this paradigm change, moving from personal to personalized health care, pointing different actions that need to be addressed. Therefore, a well-focused strategy on big data, behavioral aspects, translational research and patient empowerment can pave the way for a real Personalized Health Care in a very close future.
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