CALM-QE is a project focused on addressing the challenges posed by Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and bronchial asthma (BA), two prevalent non-communicable pulmonary diseases with significant socio-economic implications. These conditions are influenced by intricate interactions between genes and the environment, resulting in diverse phenotypes and endotypes that can overlap between COPD and BA.
The main aim of GeMTeX is to create a large annotated text collection of German medical medical texts from daily patient care. With the consent of patients’ consent, the plan is to collect documents from the electronic health records (ePA) from six university hospitals.
Open Medical Interference (OMI) is a project in the second funding phase of the Medical Informatics Initiative (MII) consortia and aims at enabling the usage of remote artificial intelligence (AI) services.
Due to the increasing digitalisation in medicine, more and more data is becoming available. Yet, the challenge is to make the knowledge contained in this data available and usable at the point of care, especially, when making therapy decisions.
Blood donations are needed as blood products for surgeries and to treat diseases. In view of the declining willingness to donate and the demographic development in Germany, an increasing shortage of donated blood is to be expected in the future.