The targets of work package 1 was optimizing supply chains for convalescent persons from stationary care to various health and social services to independent living at home by using new services and supporting technologies. Figure 2 indicates the various requirements for using assistive Technologies.
The targets of work package 2 were optimizing energy efficiency of relevant environmental technologies; the use of such technologies in health and social services facilities aimed at increasing the quality of life, promoting health and reducing costs. To work on both packages FH Burgenland cooperated with the geriatric health centers of the city of Graz.
A code of practice for the integration of assistive technologies in care consultancy for short-term care is developed. The results of research carried out within the tasks of work package 2 show that the optimized integration of photo voltaics entails economic advantages and a positive impact on the power grid.
Project team and project manager
Prof.(FH) Ing. Mag. Peter J. Mayer MAS, MSc, MBAHealthCampus Pinkafeld
Schwerpunkte in Forschung und Lehre:
Gesundheits- & Krankenhausmanagement, insb. Prozess- und PatientInnenperspektive,
Integriertes Versorgungsmanagement sowie Leitung von Langzeitbetreuungseinrichtungen
Barbara Schnitzer BA MAHealthCampus Pinkafeld