Home Health Hub: A Home Health Hub is an in-home appliance providing wired/wireless data collection from multiple biometric & environmental sensors with guaranteed data delivery to the CYCORE CI.
Patient Self-Report Data: Self-Report Data is subjective information reported directly by the patient (in contrast to the objective, sensor data reported by the Home Health Hub devices). In CYCORE, patients answer a series of questions on a smart phone to record level of pain, mood, fatigue and eating behaviors.
CYCORE Operator: CYCORE Operators maintain the infrastructure by managing resources, deploying HW/SW infrastructure, adding/removing/updating services, and installing and enforcing policies. The operators' goals are to ensure accuracy and efficiency of the infrastructure.
Policymakers: Policymakers define policies for how the system can be used and monitor policy adherence. Their goal is to ensure that proper policies are in place for the different stakeholders that interact with the system.
Electronic Medical Records, Patient History Databases, Research Databases and Laboratory Data: CYCORE will be able to access data stored on external systems such as electronic medical records, patient history and lab results. These data, when combined with such data from thousands of patients, enable CYCORE to analyze treatment effectiveness across numerous studies.
Clinical Researchers & Physicians: Clinical Researchers & Physicians set up research studies, establish parameters for participant recruitment and enrollment, periodically monitor quality of data acquisition and interface with other online software applications, tools and services.
Tool developers: Tool developers create tools for analyzing data, and such tools can be integrated with CYCORE via an application interface. The Brain-Based Device (BBD) is an example of such a tool.