@inproceedingsYan2010, Author = {Yang, Maohua and Lüpkes, Christian and Dogac, Asuman and Yuksel, Mustafa and Tunçer, Fulya and Namlı, Tuncay and Plößnig, Manuela and Ulbts, Jürgen and Eichelberg, Marco}, Title = {iCARDEA – an Approach to Reducing Human Workload in Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Follow-Ups}, Year = {2010}, Pages = {221-224}, Month = {09}, Editor = {Alan Murray}, Edition = {37}, Isbn = {0276-6574}, Organization = {Computing in Cardiology}, type = {inproceedings}, note = {The iCARDEA project aims at developing an intelligent platform to semi-automate the follow-up of CIED patients using adaptable computer interpretable clinical guideline models. For this purpose, data from hospitals electronic health records (EHR), from pa}, Abstract = {The iCARDEA project aims at developing an intelligent platform to semi-automate the follow-up of CIED patients using adaptable computer interpretable clinical guideline models. For this purpose, data from hospitals electronic health records (EHR), from patient maintained personal health records (PHR) and current generation of CIED devices provided by the remote monitoring services offered by all major vendors are collected and correlated. This article provides an overview of the project that has started in February 2010.} @COMMENTBibtex file generated on