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Georgia Tech: Asthma Control Tracker

Asthma guidelines suggest having a patient’s asthma control evaluated regularly. This application is a working prototype used to ask patients a series of questions appropriate to their age group, evaluate their current control of their asthma across the domains of risk and impairment, and provide recommended action steps for treatment based on EPR-3 asthma guidelines. This information is then stored to a FHIR server.

Epidemics is a web application. It is typically run at a care provider’s office and would be integrated with an EHR (Electronic Health Record) application. The provider would select the patient and work with the patient to answer a set of relevant questions and submit the responses to a computer server which would analyze and present to the provider treatment recommendations, which can be modified by the provider. The application is designed to be highly interoperable with the use of Fast Interoperability Health Resources (FHIR) standards.
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  • Ashma
  • FHIR
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