The SMART BEAR dashboard provides a user-friendly graphical user interface for clinicians to perform their tasks, such as baseline Assessment, monitoring, and designing analytics.   Home page The Home page displays an overview of the aggregated data and statistics in relation to the patients, taking into account: questionnaire scores, clinical conditions, appointments etc. Patient record […]

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A Smart Hub for Creating an Autonomous and Healthy Smart Ecosystem at Home. The SMART BEAR solution aims to provide personalized, evidence-based assistance for healthy and independent living at home by leveraging a large, intelligent, big data platform. A significant contributor to this goal is the smart “HomeHub” developed by the Unit of Medical Technology

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The mobile application (SB@App) of Smart Bear provides a unique control center that bi-directionally communicates with the HomeHub (unified home devices & sensors integrator), and the integration and data handling of the devices and sensors that capture physiological and health-related measurements.  The SB@App sends all measurements to the Smart Bear cloud (SB@Cloud) to be stored

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Madeira Digital Health and Wellbeing

Madeira Digital Health and Wellbeing is a collaborative initiative by the projects SMART BEAR (, SMART4HEALTH (, ICU4COVID ( and QualiChain (, which seeks to promote the application of digital technologies to health and wellbeing. The scope of the initiative goes way beyond dissemination of research results but also encompasses technology demonstration and deployment as a

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FHIR Implementation Guide

The EU-funded SMART BEAR project is developing a platform based on a variety of sensors and mobile instruments that will collect data on their daily life and analyse these to provide personalised interventions. The following web portal (see link below) describes the FHIR Implementation Guide for the Smart Bear Project. Details on FHIR Resource Profiles,

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