Towards the Definition of an Intelligent Triage and Continuous Monitoring System for Hospital Emergency Departments and Clinics
Antonis Billis 1, Maria Zouka 2, Petros Nicopolitidis 3, Paraskevas Lagakis 1, Evangelos Logaras 1, Nancy Karanasiou 4, Alexis Fourlis 4, John Gialelis 5, Dimitrios Kallergis 6, Georgios I Papadimitriou 3, Christos Douligeris 6, Theodosis S Papavramidis 7, Maria Krizea 5, Panagiotis D Bamidis 1Affiliations expand
- PMID: 31438270
- DOI: 10.3233/SHTI190574
Recent statistics have demonstrated that Emergency Departments (EDs) in Greece lack in organization and service. In most cases, patient prioritization is not automatically implemented. The main objective of this paper is to present IntelTriage, a smart triage system, that dynamically assigns priorities to patients in an ED and monitors their vital signs and location during their stay in the clinic through wearable biosensors. Initial scenarios and functional requirements are presented as preliminary results.
Keywords: Clinical Decision Making; Triage; Wearable Electronic Devices.
Billis A, Zouka M, Nicopolitidis P, Lagakis P, Logaras E, Karanasiou N, Fourlis A, Gialelis J, Kallergis D, Papadimitriou GI, Douligeris C, Papavramidis TS, Krizea M, Bamidis PD. Towards the Definition of an Intelligent Triage and Continuous Monitoring System for Hospital Emergency Departments and Clinics. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2019 Aug 21;264:1641-1642. doi: 10.3233/SHTI190574. PMID: 31438270.