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Badamgarav, K. Knight, V. Hasselblad, A. J. Ofman, “Intervention used in disease management programs for patient with chronic illness—Which ones work? Meta analysis of published reports,” BMJ, vol. 325, pp. 925–928, 2002. André Dittmar is the Director of the Department of Biomedical Microsensors and MicroSystems of the CNRS LPM of the INSA of Lyon (France). He is active in the research field of micrononinvasive sensors for the thermo-neuro-microvascular parameters of the human body and microtechnologies in biomedical engineering and the study of vigilance, emotional response, mental work load, and thermal comfort in humans for local metabolism and microcirculation.

One of the most challenging technical issues is the development of new service-oriented architectures to fulfill the computing requirements that many clinico/genomic applications will demand. GRID technologies are promising to deliver the required processing power with improved efficiency and lower costs compared to traditional approaches as well as improving information access and responsiveness and adding flexibility, all crucial components of solving the multilevel data integration problem. HealthGRIDs HealthGRIDs are GRID infrastructures addressing the specific problems and applications needed in biomedicine [16].

Lymberis and A. Dittmar, “Advanced wearable health systems and applications: Research and development efforts in the European Union,” IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. , vol. 26, pp. 29-33, May 2007. [6] “Future and Emerging Technologies” [Online]. Available: http://cordis. html [7] M. de Kamps and A. Knoll, “A Roadmap for NeuroIT: Challenges for the next decade,” IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. , vol. 26, pp. 42-46, May 2007. [8] Seventh Research Framework Programme (FP7) homepage [Online]. html [9] “Making healthcare better for European citizens: An action plan for a European eHealth Area” [Online].

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