Stanford: IEEE Digtal Ecology Conference 2013 24-26th July (USA)

Place: Menlo Park nested in Stanford University, Silicon Valley, California USA
Special Theme: Smart Planet & Cyber Physical Systems as Embodyment of Digital Ecosystems

IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.

EPR-forum/OASIS paper contribution to the IEEE DEST 2013 conference: ( Our paper available at the bottom of this page )

EPR-forum at Track F: Healthcare & Sustainable Living
  "eHealth - The Future Service Model for Home & Community Health Care"

Fig 1 The use of EPR-eDevices:

Fig 2 Home Network with EPR-eDevices:





IEEE's response to the EPR-forum/OASIS conferance paper: ( Paper ID: 4)

Title: eHealth - THE FUTURE SERVICE MODEL FOR HOME AND COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE

Paper submitted to the SEED Workshop within IEEE DEST-CEE 2013, has been accepted for presentation at the workshop and inclusion in the proceedings. Below, you will find attached the review reports from the PC members. We hope that you will prepare your camera-ready version by carefully revising your paper taking into account the suggestions and comments by the PC members. 
 IEEE DEST-CEE 2013 requires that at least one author register for the conference, attend, and present the paper. We trust that you will enjoy the unique opportunity at the IEEE DEST-CEE 2013 conference to exchange research ideas and results with other international researchers and professionals working in the web-based data-centric services computing area. 
You will find detailed registration information at the conference registration page at:

Author registration should be done by the 20th of June, 2013. 
Once again, congratulations for your accepted paper! 
We look forward to meet you at IEEE DEST-CEE 2013 in July!

 IEEE DEST-CEE 2013:

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PAPER: 4 TITLE: eHEALTH - THE FUTURE SERVICE MODEL FOR HOME AND COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE AUTHORS: John Borras and Hans A. Kielland Aanesen
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"This paper is well written article, the flow is well organized and very easy to read. The concepts are well communicated and explained in the paper and the reference materials are properly used. Overall, I enjoyed reading this paper and learned a lot of new things."

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PAPER: 4 TITLE: eHEALTH - THE FUTURE SERVICE MODEL FOR HOME AND COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE AUTHORS: John Borras and Hans A. Kielland Aanesen 
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"The paper gives well presented research directions for future home and community health care services, and is well underpinned graphically. In the abstract, introduction, and summary, the contributions for SEED (Social & economic development in this case) and the directions of Digital Ecosystems should be outlined, respectively at least referred to". 

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PAPER: 4 TITLE: eHEALTH - THE FUTURE SERVICE MODEL FOR HOME AND COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE AUTHORS: John Borras and Hans A. Kielland Aanesen 
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"This paper does a good job in detailing the issues with having separate silos of data when concerning health care. It describes how the OASIS standards may help bring this wealth of data into an open resource for individuals, community members, and health care professionals. While the paper states how this may be possible through Transformational Government, it does not further illustrate where and when this may be possible. Clarification through case study or on-going project may better help to explain what kind of primary and secondary care tasks may be facilitated through the proposed framework. "




About IEEE DEST 2013:
Digital Ecosystems inherit concepts of open, loosely coupled, demand-driven, domain clustered, agent-based self-organized collaborative environments where species/agents form a temporary coalition (or longer term) for a specific purpose or goals. Within this environment every agent is proactive and responsive for their own benefit or profit. The essence of digital ecosystems is inspired by ecological and biological system concepts, and creating value by making connections through collective intelligence and promoting collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT-based catalyst effects in a number of domains, to produce networked enriched communities, humanities and societies.
In the present Digital Age, strong development of digital network infrastructure has dominated our service delivery, economic growth and life style. Future applications in domains such as Health-Care, Energy, Transportation and Data-Incentive society demand infrastructures that are more agile than those operated currently. 
Digital Ecosystem Technologies encompass Human Space Computing and Cyber Information Engineering, starting from:
  • Web 3.0 to Web of Things,
  • Heterogeneity to Elasticity
  • Internet of Things to Cloud of Things which has become a major theme for digital economy and digital society.

IEEE DEST conference series has the highest citation rate among all IEEE-IES conferences. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics and IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics publish special sessions for this conference.
In 2013, the distinguished SEED Inauguration Workshop "Building a Digital Ecosystem for Societal Empowerment" will take place in cooperation with IEEE DEST 2013. Further, the Innovation Adoption Forum underpins the importance of public-private partnership as the key for delivering sustainable solutions for our Complex Living and Business Environment – and thus our Digital Ecosystem Habitat. Our Keynotes, Panels and Sessions will tackle the multifaceted challenges and solutions from various stakeholders’ perspectives.


Abbreviations:
IEEE       Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 
DEST     = Digital EcoSystem & Technologies
SEED     = Social, Economic & Environmental Development
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Hans Arthur Kielland Aanesen,
Jul 27, 2013, 10:09 AM
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Hans Arthur Kielland Aanesen,
Oct 17, 2014, 5:30 AM
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Hans Arthur Kielland Aanesen,
Jul 4, 2013, 12:19 PM
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