Health interoperability issues are gaining importance with the spread of digital and connected medical devices, both at the hospital and in other health professional practice settings and also in patients. In the context of the development of connected health solutions, the verification of the connectivity of equipment between them is a major requirement in this context.
But beyond this aspect, the ultimate challenge of connected health is that human actors, professionals between themselves and with patients, can collaborate remotely. Anticipate situations of use, from a fine understanding of current interactions, share this vision with the people involved, understand how everyone’s place will be changed: these are the objectives to achieve for technical and semantic interoperability find its true value. This is the challenge of this day which will illustrate the role of living labs and test benches as well as the importance of designing well its use scenario implementing connected solutions. We will then question the criteria of quality of a data since its capture to its uses.
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