About 15 million patients suffer from heart failure in Europe. For this patients, annual mortality rate is between 10% to 20%. Heart failure patients, in particular those with (multiple) comorbidities, do not receive optimal medical therapy, leading to potentially avoidable specialist-visits and frequent hospitalizations, impaired... Read more
The BigMedilytics project has published a report that presents the final implementations of all the project pilots based on external validation. This document gathers information collected from the previous deliverables (“Initial prototypes of specific components for all BigMedilytics pilots” and “Updated prototypes of specific components... Read more
The use of data is essential for better, personalized health care. But personal data cannot simply be shared. This is a dilemma: on the one hand using as much data as possible for new insights and on the other hand data minimization for GDPR compliance.
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One of the pilots within the BigMedilytics project is studying the impact of comorbidities in chronic diseases and how the clustering contributes to increase risk of hospitalization and reduce survival.
Heart failure is a mounting disease and factors around it can impact on prognosis. In particular,... Read more
The BigMedilytics' Data Protection Officer and lecturer of Constitutional Law at the University of Valencia, Professor Ricard Martínez, is among the group of experts that will advise the Spanish Government in the process of the elaboration of a new Charter of Digital Rights for Spain.... Read more
Malignant neoplasm of the prostate (prostate cancer) is the most common cancer among men in the European Union (EU). In fact, about 450,000 men are diagnosed each year. In 2016, prostate cancer was the cause of 3% of all male deaths and 10% of all... Read more