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BIOT for the Future of Preventive Medicine. ITPS Takes Part in the Development of the Personalized Medical Assistants Project within the Framework of ‘Archipelago 2121’ Initiative

06.08.2021

The ITPS experts from the Centre for Digital Solutions participated in the Personalized Medical Assistants beacon project session, which took place on July 30, 2021, in Veliky Novgorod as part of the Archipelago 2121 educational project. The project is implemented with the support of the Healthnet Infrastructure Centre of the National Technology Initiative. It aims to prove comprehensive support to citizens with arterial hypertension, diabetes, chronic heart failure, and other diseases by remote monitoring using personal telemedicine devices and centralized diagnostic services.

The ITPS Group of Companies took part in the beacon project as a developer and operator of the innovative BIOT service designed for remote monitoring of human well-being, early detection of diseases, and providing medical recommendations. Intelligent system algorithms, developed together with a team of Russian scientists and physicians of the Perm State Medical University named after Academician Wagner, analyse changes in health indicators based on data obtained from the HEALBE GoBe wristband and other data sources and notify the doctor when the risks to human health are identified. The service offers personalized interaction with the client and increases the efficiency of preventive medicine physicians, cardiologists, nutritionists, and endocrinologists.

Within the framework of the expert session, open issues related to the project implementation were discussed: financing sources, sales channels, standardization of requirements for devices and components, development of a regulatory framework, the role of the project in the Obligatory Medical Insurance system, structural features of the provision of medical services in Russia, etc. The ITPS experts took an active part in preparing documentation intended for discussion with the top Russian governmental officials. The BIOT developers' experience served as an example of achieving specific results that are entirely consistent with the tasks of the National Technology Initiative. On July 31, 2021, the experts submitted the passport and roadmap of the Personalized Medical Assistants beacon project for consideration to Andrei Belousov, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation.

"The ITPS Group of Companies strives to support the strategic National Technology Initiative aimed at improving the quality and duration of human life with the help of advanced technologies. This is a primary task for the entire country, and we, the developers, are trying to do our best to seek and find ways to solve it. We suggest including the new methods in medical standards and technologies for monitoring and assessing the risks to human health to predict diseases associated with metabolic disorders, endocrine system, heart function problems, chronic stress, etc. Our experience helps us deal with the current health risks personally and proactively. We are creating the future of preventive medicine with our own hands, as we speak. We sincerely hope that the Personalized Medical Assistants project will create a large new segment in the Russian healthcare system and compulsory medical insurance, in which our advanced BIOT solution will serve the best use,” stated Dmitri Tachkin, Head of the ITPS Digital Solutions Centre.