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The Project is the first territory-wide elderly care support project which integrates health management technology, community care and professional support.

EHealth stations are being set up in the elderly centres. After logging with their smart cards, the elderly are given assistance to conduct health measurements of blood pressure, blood glucose and weight by trained staff. The data is then transferred to Senior Citizen Home Safety Association (“SCHSA”) by cloud technology for monitoring and analysis. If the readings fall outside expected norms or no data is recorded for a prolonged period, the SCHSA nursing team will call those participants and follow up the case. The project is aimed at encouraging the elderly to build self-management habits and gain a better understanding of their own health condition.

The Institute of Ageing (“IoA”) is supporting the participating elderly centres in conducting regular well-being survey, focusing on their cognitive, psychological and social well-being. The results will render the elderly centres a comprehensive understanding of their users' needs, enlightening them to design suitable activities and services for them.

IoA will also apply big data analytics to the information collected to examine the health status and health trends of the elderly in Hong Kong.

Service Flow

The Project is the first territory-wide elderly care support project which integrates health management technology, community care and professional support.

EHealth stations are being set up in the elderly centres. After logging with their smart cards, the elderly are given assistance to conduct health measurements of blood pressure, blood glucose and weight by trained staff. The data is then transferred to Senior Citizen Home Safety Association (“SCHSA”) by cloud technology for monitoring and analysis. If the readings fall outside expected norms or no data is recorded for a prolonged period, the SCHSA nursing team will call those participants and follow up the case. The project is aimed at encouraging the elderly to build self-management habits and gain a better understanding of their own health condition.

The Institute of Ageing (“IoA”) is supporting the participating elderly centres in conducting regular well-being survey, focusing on their cognitive, psychological and social well-being. The results will render the elderly centres a comprehensive understanding of their users' needs, enlightening them to design suitable activities and services for them.

IoA will also apply big data analytics to the information collected to examine the health status and health trends of the elderly in Hong Kong.
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