Following a successful call for tenders in Summer 2021, eight suppliers were selected to start working on Phase I of the PCP – Solution Design.
Learn more about the different proposals and the participating suppliers by selecting a supplier profile.
The consortium led by Bilbest will develop SmartFOR: a disruptive, innovative and comprehensive care management system powered by artificial intelligence to provide customised therapeutic solutions and early care interventions in monitoring, predicting and preventing frailty and frailty-related symptoms in older adults.
Their proposed solution is based on a set of technologies that comprises a monitoring sub-system for screening and follow-up, a digitalized older adult care model, and a virtual assistant for the delivery of preventive, therapeutic, and educational interventions.
CERTH is leading the consortium that will develop FrailCare, which brings one step forward the research and technology on aiding the independent living of older people by providing real-time monitoring of physiological, behavioural and social parameters, ensuring adherence to pharmacological treatments and offering innovative therapies based on serious games for maintaining/ enhancing their cognitive and motor functionalities.
PULSO has designed SOFI, which will include different tools to detect frailty and pre-frailty in old adults. These technologies will make the solution capable of providing professionals with a tool to screen older adults and identify those who might have frailty or pre-frailty, not only from the clinical, physical and psychological point of view but also from a socioeconomic perspective.
FORTH is the coordinator of the consortium that will develop BONVITA, which moves beyond the state of the art, offering a holistic technology platform, integrating all components that are essential for the effective screening, prevention and management of frailty and pre-frailty supporting integrated pathways and developing knowledge sharing.
Also, is able to support in practice shared care plans that involve various stakeholders.
Eurecat leads the development of the eMERIT’s solution, a self-management system working with a set of data coming from different sources that rely on an IoT-based system and in which several devices and sensors can be integrated.
The proposed solution is an integrated digital solution that will take into account a holistic and user-centric approach for the management of the different aspects of the frailty, a continuous focus on the engagement, training and empowerment of the older adults and the possibility to guarantee continuity of care among care environments, from hospitals to home care, by pursuing cost-effectiveness, sustainability, and affordability.
The solution developed by the consortium led by NTT Data will be based on the Everis ehCOS platform and the telecare platform. This basis is fundamental to be able to focus on the gap that the PCP challenge presents and to enable us to focus on the development of innovative services and tools for the management of the frail user.