Design of the CAPABLE Prototype: Preliminary Results of Citizen Expectations
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Original versionJanson, A. L., Moen, A. & Fuglerud, K. S. (2019). Design of the CAPABLE Prototype: Preliminary Results of Citizen Expectations. I C. Granja & T. Solvoll (Red.), Proceedings of the 17th Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics, SHI 2019, Linköping, Sweden. (s. 181)
Having access to and opportunity to an overview of all personal health-related information is important to citizen health empowerment. Today, citizens can access subsets of their health information through dedicated, secure portals, manually enter information into specific apps of their choice or keep paper logs. The result is a mix of paper documents and digital snippets of exchanges and data in incompatible formats. This may be supplemented with ad-hoc strategies for interpretation and management. There is currently no simple way to collect, complement and control health information from multiple sources, institutions, services and systems, and thus no way to get a good overview and understanding of its implications. CAPABLE aims to create a tool that enable citizens to actively utilize their clinical and personal health information to manage medication, improve nutrition, and facilitate health services coordination.