Internet of Healthcare Things - CNIT Capstone Spring 2022
Team members: Michael Du Mez, Riley Asp, Brock Holtschlag, Caleb Gullickson, Jacob Mahoney, Chase Heim, Collin Schutz, Conner Schutz, Charles Carlson, Logan Koneczny, Chris Caravella, Andrew Hanson, Emily Joyce, Matthew Korte, Jordan Madison, and Chris Pryzbilla.
Faculty & industry advisors: Holly Yuan, Son Nam Nguyen, Yuan Xing, Brandon Cross, Chris Warren, Sam Wosika, Sam Gibson, Brian Halbach, Kevin Mcdonald, and Greg Garneau.
COVID-19 has caused a profound disruption to the U.S. health care industry. It reveals the challenges the healthcare sector is currently facing as well as new hurdles to overcome. Many technologies have been implemented to fight against COVID-19. One of these technologies is the Internet of Healthcare Things (IoHT), which has used latest technologies in smart biosensors, wearable devices, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI) to revolutionize healthcare with point-of-care (PoC) diagnostics and enabling the next generation of patient-centric personalized healthcare.