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PULSE is a visionary project aimed at transforming public health from a reactive to a predictive system using heterogeneous data from numerous sources.

Working with the cities of Paris, Barcelona, Birmingham, New York and Singapore, the PULSE project will harvest open city data, clinical data, and data from satellites and fixed and mobile sensors. We will develop stratified population models of chronic disease risk and environmental exposure.  Our focus is on two major chronic diseases in adult populations (the respiratory disease of Asthma, and the metabolic disease of Type 2 Diabetes).

We will design and build a unique cyber-physical-human system comprised of mobile applications, personal devices, augmented objects, an integrated sensor system and a citizen science platform to detect, measure and monitor health risk and promote health resilience.

Doctoralia is part of the DocPlanner Group, the world's leading platform connecting patients with healthcare professionals and making the healthcare experience more human. It offers patients a space to find and review the best doctor according to their needs. In turn, it offers healthcare professionals tools to help manage their patient flow, improve the efficiency of their practice, and enhance their online presence.

The DocPlanner Group serves 30 million patients and processes 900,000 bookings every month, listing more than 6 million healthcare professionals with a total of 2.2 million patient reviews in 18 countries. The company boasts a team of 700 based in Poland, Spain, Turkey, Italy, Mexico and Brazil.