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Review and Evaluation of ARMED Service

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Project Description

The ARMED (Advanced Risk Modelling for Early Detection) anti-fall service solution has been developed by HAS Technology and Edinburgh Napier University to detect early warning signs for risk of falling.
The purpose of this project is to inform the potential for scaleability of this product within the Scottish digital health and care context. The evaluation will fully analyse and appraise the effectiveness of the current service and business models, aligning with the national Technology Enabled Care Programme’s current Test of Change activity.
The evaluation will also include market research to identify if there are any similar, alternative products and services currently available on the market.

Project Acronym ARMED
Status Project Complete
Funder(s) Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre
Value £67,420.00
Project Dates Aug 31, 2020 - Jul 16, 2021

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