The project entails the use of mobile technologies to remotely monitor senior citizens using sensors and transmit that information real- time via wireless devices to the central electronic health record citizen. Potential problems are flagged and interventions can begin immediately, if necessary.
In an effort to improve health outcomes of New York’s aging population, patients with heart disease or diabetes can transmit their vital signs seamlessly from home to their health professional via a cell phone capturing data from sensors. Patients can receive a daily e-check-up on their health status; a family member can monitor aging parents who may live alone; suffer from a series of chronic conditions, or are on multiple medications. The patient and family can even have real-time discussions about the diagnosis and treatment options while hundreds of miles away. Project outcomes will help support a robust eco-system of interoperable m-health devices that can: empower patients to manage their health by providing real-time medical information via m-health devices and services; enable family and healthcare professionals to monitor the independence of seniors dealing with chronic healthcare issues and allow health professionals to offer excellent care through personalized m-health solutions and interoperable mobile devices.
Project data collected will be analyzed with analytics techniques to study the correlation between the data and outcomes data. The key question to be examined: does the use of M-health devices improve the efficacy of health care delivery to seniors resulting in improved quality and better outcomes? The study can then be extended to larger samples and additional NYC senior populations.
The goal of RP’s project was to improve the database used by The Watershed Institute’s Water Monitoring program. | More
Student team completed a 6 month machine learning project at Alvarez and Marsal, December 2019.
Student group in Design Lab completes data analytics project for The Watershed Institute, New Jersey | More
Two township residents were among 17 students who graduated in March from Somerset County’s Rutgers Master Gardener Program. Tom Fucaloro and W “RP” Raghupathi, both of Somerset, were among those completing the 24-week course. | More
In this webinar Professor W. “RP” Raghupathi, Ph.D. will discuss how Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs) contribute to several aspects of global sustainability. | More
CDT-STEP Summer 2017 High School Internship Program in Analytics
In this podcast Prof. Raghupathi discusses the promise and peril of artificial intelligence with other faculty from Fordham. | More
Constructing a New Paradigm for Protecting New York’s Critical Infrastructure: Watch Professor RP Raghupathi moderate a session. | More
Karen Parrish talks to Profdessor Katsamakas’s Gabelli students | More