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The Ambient Assisted Living domain is a fast growing area with many new technological artefacts and services developed. Most of the systems developed address end-users' needs. Yet, they have not achieved a large market penetration. The work presented here argues that this is primarily due to not sufficiently addressing the quality requirements posed by the health care organizations. Satisfying quality requirements requires a standardized and easily accessible framework for measuring quality. We present the initial steps towards such a framework by building on relevant ISO standards.

Type

Conference paper

Publication Date

2012

Volume

177

Pages

296 - 303

Keywords

Assisted Living Facilities, Diagnosis, Computer-Assisted, Ecosystem, Europe, Home Care Services, Monitoring, Ambulatory, Quality Assurance, Health Care, Telemedicine, Therapy, Computer-Assisted