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  • Orange Team Ryan NullProject ManagerCS 411 Orange Team04 May, 200904 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Team OrangeProfessor Brunelle

    DavidAlgorithm and Integration Developer

    RyanSimulation Interface developer

    AndrewSensor Integration Developer

    SpencerGUI and Database Developer

    NicoleGUI and Database DeveloperExpertsDr. Daniel Garland M.D.President of Pathologist DepartmentObici HospitalSuffolkMrs. Janet Jackson BSN RNHCMSDM Regulatory Compliance ManagerAmerigroup CorporationVirginia Beach04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Cardiac Rehabilitation RetentionCardiac patients do not commit to the long-term rehabilitation necessary to extend their life.04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Societal Cost of Cardiac FailureThe direct and indirect cost to the U. S. in 2008alone are staggering. [1]$156 billion for Cardiac Heart Disease$448 billion for Cardio Vascular Disease[1] http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=305060304 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Need for Cardiac Rehabilitation Is Increasing22 million people experience heart failure every year [1]5 million people in the United States are living with a heart condition [2]500, 000 additional cases are diagnosed each year [1] Popular Science Magazine, December 2008, 61 - 63[2] http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3047844

    04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • 80% of Patients Cease Cardiac RehabilitationTeam Orange SBIR page 904 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Chart1

    4.4

    13.86

    3.74

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    Rehabilitation Outcomes

    Pre-Mature Death63%

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    Rehabilitation Outcomes

    Completion of Rehabilitation4.4

    Pre-Mature Death13.86

    Survival Absent Rehabilitation3.74

    To resize chart data range, drag lower right corner of range.

  • Rehabilitation Exercises Extend LifeDoctor prescribed exercises are essential to successful rehabilitation.[1]Increased heart strength and mobilityLower blood pressure, cholesterol, and BMIReduced emotional stress, depression, and anxiety[1] http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/cardiac-rehabilitation/HB0001704 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Challenges to Monitoring Cardiac Patient ExerciseTeam Orange SBIR Appendix J04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Tools to Encourage Rehabilitation Are NeededAccording to Dr. Suaya M.D., Ph.D., and lead author of a study in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association. We need to find ways to increase the use of cardiac rehabilitation, because it is used very little by patients who could benefit a lot [1]

    The A.H.A. recommends physicians aggressively encourage cardiac rehabilitation[1] http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=305060304 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Patient Involvement Is Key to RehabilitationA rehabilitation study at Beaumont Hospitals concluded:Active involvement of the patient and family is vital to the success of the program.[1]And ABC reports[] If the patient is actively engaged [] they feel like they have some control over what they will do and how they will do it.[2][1] https://www.beaumonthospitals.com/health-library/P06321[2] http://www.abc.net.au/rn/healthreport/stories/2007/2023663.htm04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Current Rehabilitation SystemTeam Orange SBIR page 1104 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Goals of Cardiac Rehabilitation Retention SolutionsLifestyle EducationIncrease involvement in rehabilitation processIllustrate concrete benefits of changes through historical dataSupportAccountability and control of exercise regimenPositive feedback on progressTeam Orange SBIR page 9-1004 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Heart Exercise Accelerometer Rehabilitation ToolContains mechanics to monitor and record patients heart rate, exercise type, repetitions, and duration each time they exerciseGive feedback to reinforce positive progress with reports on exercises performed and heart strengthBe utilized during rehabilitation, home exercises, and patient follow-upsBe non-intrusive and not substantially modify established rehabilitation processes04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Modified Rehabilitation SystemTeam Orange SBIR page 1204 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • H.E.A.R.T. Technical OverviewTeam Orange SBIR page 1304 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • H.E.A.R.T. Cardiac Patient UseTeam Orange SBIR page 1404 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Patient and Rehabilitation SoftwareTeam Orange H.E.A.R.T. Prototype Users Manual04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Cardiac Patient Software ReportTeam Orange H.E.A.R.T. Prototype Users Manual04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Required Measurements for Cardiac Rehabilitation ToolsTeam Orange SBIR Appendix J04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • H.E.A.R.T. CapabilitiesTeam Orange SBIR page 1604 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Target Market: Rehabilitation Team Orange SBIR Appendix B04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Chart1

    0.63

    0.17

    0.2

    Morbidity Absent Rehabilitation

    Morbidity Absent Rehabilitation63%

    Survival Absent Rehabilitation17%

    Completed Rehabilitation20%

    Chart2

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    Profit in Dollars

    Rehabilitation Market Analysis

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    63%17%20%

    $977,421$434,898$67,931

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  • H.E.A.R.T. Risk Analysis04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    ProbabilityNot LikelyLowModerateHighExpectedImpactExtremeT1, F1HighF2 C1ModerateT3C2T2F3LowNegligible

    ItemTechnical RisksProbabilityImpactT1Hardware and Software Interoperability25T2Hardware and Software Accuracy13T3Malfunction (Device and Software) 33ItemFinancial RisksProbabilityImpactF1FDA Rejection25F2Insurance Rejection24F3Market Competition43ItemCustomer RisksProbabilityImpactC1Rehabilitation Rejection34C2Proper Utilization23

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • Budget OverviewTeam Orange SBIR page 29 - 3104 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • H.E.A.R.T. Prototype Constraints04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

    ConditionTypeEffect on RequirementsCost prevents integration of a programmable unit and hard-wired sensors.ConstraintSimulation Interface uses third-party and proprietary software to integrate. Cannot demonstrate synchronization without hard-wired sensors.ConstraintSynchronization between GUIs and prototype will be simulated.Prototype GUIs are not fully developed.ConstraintInstallation of GUI will not be demonstrated. Algorithms discriminate unknown exercisesAssumptionA representative set of exercises has been selected.Patient will use proper form for exercises.AssumptionDiscrimination complexity reduced by consistent data.

    Old Dominion University: Computer Science CS 411 Orange Team - HEART

  • H.E.A.R.T. Prototype04 May, 2009*Old Dominion University: Computer Science C