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How to think globally and act locally for health path, and elders’ autonomy with ehealth and gerontechnology ?

Abstract : Due to the ageing transition, citizens all over the world have to cope with two problems: the growing care burden [per capita], and the increasing organisational complexity of the health and care system1. Frail older adults are peculiarly threatened by this tendency. Besides, the growing development of robotics and ICT-based technology more and more supports the perspective of a transfer of care tasks to robots and remote monitoring by machine intelligence with ‘big data’ based decision-making2. Strong ethical issues are raised by this transfer3. The project InnoServ (2012–2016) (‘Innovative Societies’ programme of the French National Agency for Research) aims to model a durable, optimized, and ethical organization of homecare and health path of frail people.
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Vincent Rialle, Fabrice Forest, Agnès Front, Maria Di Mascolo, Annabelle Mercier, et al.. How to think globally and act locally for health path, and elders’ autonomy with ehealth and gerontechnology ?. Conference: ISG 2016, The 10th World Conference of Gerontechnology, Nice, At Nice, France, Sep 2016, Nice, France. ⟨hal-01493542⟩

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