First C3-Cloud platform test sessions performed with end-users at all three pilot sites

C3-Cloud develops platforms for multi-disciplinary team members as well as for patients, to facilitate reconciliation of clinical guidelines for patients that suffer from two or more chronic conditions.

The platforms are now developed to a stage that allowed test-candidates to receive training training and to perform tests to assess platform usability as well as to test if they meet all the defined requirements. Measures of use during the test sessions included Nielson’s heuristics, the Questionnaire on User Interaction Satisfaction (QUIS7) and software component testing and application testing questionnaires. We are looking forward to the results being presented on the C3-Cloud website (search for Deliverable D9.3) after approval through the European Commission.

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C3-Cloud established an ICT infrastructure to tackle the multimorbidity challenge, enabling a collaborative care and cure cloud to enable continuous coordination of patient-centred care activities by a multidisciplinary care team and patients/informal care givers.
Digital Health, eCare & Ageing