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Towards a SaaS application providing an ethical support for human caregiving of people living at home

Pierre Bouchet
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Sophie Jacquot
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Christian Toinard
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Abstract

With an aging population, we have to prepare for a growing number of people with a loss of autonomy. Many papers focus on digital solutions for assisting and monitoring those people. In contrast, solutions are missing for monitoring human caregivers. This paper suggests using digital solutions towards a support for ethical reasoning through data collected among various participants including the recipient, the caregivers, the family and may be the physicians. Our purpose is thus to ease the cooperation among the participants. We start from an existing SaaS application marketed in France called SIPAD Connect. This paper proposes several additions in order to better support cooperation. First, new data and indicators are suggested for the recipient. Second, the participants can give their opinions for those data and indicators. Those opinions can be computed in order to raise alerts. The proposed alerts include not only the situation of the recipient but also feedbacks aiming at improving the SaaS application. Thus, both the cooperation and the computation open discussions regarding the recipient, the efficiency of the care and the quality of the SaaS application.
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hal-03952387 , version 1 (23-01-2023)

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Pierre Bouchet, Sophie Jacquot, Christian Toinard. Towards a SaaS application providing an ethical support for human caregiving of people living at home. Computational Science and Computational Intelligence, Dec 2022, Las Vegas, United States. ⟨hal-03952387⟩
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