We accomplished all stated objectives of this one-year project: (1) Develop engineering requirements for a software module and user interface to scenario modeling of astronaut schedules within the BHP-DS; (2) Develop user interface mockups; (3) Implement the software within the BHP-DS platform; (4) Develop a blueprint for future development.More »
The core technology for BHP-DS meets a compelling commercial need in the field of medical care delivery on Earth. BHP-DS will enable tracking of patient time series data in the context of factors that affect patient health and treatment. It will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of medical care that is delivered remotely (e.g., rural areas, specialists serving a nation-wide patient base) and a medical care delivery care paradigm that involves one to many (single physician providing medical monitoring to large number of patients).More »
|Organizations Performing Work||Role||Type||Location|
|Johnson Space Center (JSC)||Lead Organization||NASA Center||Houston, TX|
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