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IEEE 1752.1-2021

IEEE Standard for Open Mobile Health Data--Representation of Metadata, Sleep, and Physical Activity Measures

Mobile and wearable devices are being increasingly developed for health care purposes. Mobile health (mHealth) data encompasses personal health data collected from sensors and mobile applications. Standardizing mHealth data and metadata will improve the ease and alignment accuracy of aggregating data across multiple mobile health sources (semantic interoperability) and will reduce the costs of using this data for biomedical discovery, improving health, and managing disease. Specifications for standardized representations of quantitative sleep and physical activity measures, minimum metadata, and subjective reports (surveys) are defined by this IEEE 1752.1 standard. The purpose of this standard is the providing of standard semantics to enable meaningful description, exchange, sharing, and use of such mHealth data. Data and associated metadata complying to this standard will be sufficiently clear and complete to support their use for a broad set of consumer health, biomedical research, and clinical care needs.

Sponsor Committee
EMB/Stds Com - Standards Committee
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Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2017-02-17
Board Approval
2021-06-16
History
Published:
2021-09-16
Open Source
IEEE SA Open Source Project
Open Source CLA
Apache 2.0

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
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Sponsor Committee
EMB/Stds Com - Standards Committee
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Working Group
OMH - Open Mobile Health
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IEEE Program Manager
Tom Thompson
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Working Group Chair
Ida Sim

P1752.2

Standard for Mobile Health Data: Representation of Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Metabolic Measures

This standard defines specifications for standardized representations for mobile health data and metadata for a set of health measures, pertaining to cardiovascular, respiratory, and metabolic measures. Mobile health data encompasses personal health data collected from sensors and mobile applications.

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