Secure Patient Monitoring and Self-management Using Brain Expression Interpreter
This article presents a brief description of an experimental system designed for self-managing and monitoring of patients having difficulties in verbal communication. A vital role of the proposed system is to engage individuals to be effective self-managers of their own health. Technology-based interventions to support self-management across the spectrum of chronic diseases have the potential to reach a broader population of patients. We believe that studies featuring extensive research of self-management of patients with different chronic conditions are needed to explore the interaction of technology-based interventions.
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