14th International IEEE (Tech Co-sponsor) Conference on Software, Knowledge, Information Management and Applications
(With The International Workshop on University and Digital Sustainability)02-04 December 2022, CamTech University, Phnom Penh, Cambodia (www.skimanetwork.org and www.camtech.edu.kh)
Digital Health Technologies
Workshop on Digital Health Technologies
Recent events during the Covid 19 pandemic have demonstrated a how digital technologies could play a pivotal role in delivery of important health care service in primary and secondary care. Various innovations in the health care enable serving the needs of immediate care that patients need as well as allow dealing with monitoring and care of patients with long-term conditions. To this end, digital healthcare solutions promise a new transformation in the operation and delivery of many health care services. In many situations, these patients have care requirements for continuous monitoring and consultation to medical professionals. Thus, they need to visit hospitals frequently, which adds a significant strain on the system that is already crumbling due to high demands. In a context of rising demand for limited and expensive resources, it will increasingly become essential to perform routine monitoring with an affordable autonomous evaluation system, and free up human labour for higher value services. One way to address these problems is through the creation of smart remote monitoring environments that can autonomously monitor and analyse activities to enable patients to live more independently as well as provide access to much needed real-time data to healthcare professionals.
Recent developments in the digital health care solution harness developments in many fields including, capability for remote monitoring using wireless communication, body area networks, micro and nano devices, machine learning, and computer vision. The integration/ combination of ICT technologies including machine learning algorithm based on multi-view metric learning to fuse multi-source /sensory data allows new possibilities in which the digital health care solution fill the current gaps in primary and secondary care. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers, academics, health care practitioners and industry experts to exchange ideas and to create a sustainable network of professional focusing on the development of digital technologies for health care.
The workshop will present latest research and development efforts by the DigiHealth Asia project, relevant papers from conference main track, guest lecture and tutorial session.
To be announced later
- Aicha SEKHARI, Université Lumière Lyon 2 – DISP Lab (Aicha.Sekhari@univ-lyon2.fr )
- Pradorn SUREEPHONG, Chiang Mai University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Dr. Qasim Zeeshan Ahmed, University of Huddersfield, UK (Qasim Ahmed Q.Ahmed@hud.ac.uk)
This session is supported by ERASMUS+ DigiHealth-Asia Consortium (https://digihealth-asia.eu/)