maat Health Interoperability Cloud System Information Platform is addressing this challenge by promoting and facilitating the use of computational models, software tools and web services.
maat´s goal is to achieve a more efficient and effective 21st century healthcare system and to create new economic opportunities for European healthcare industries. In common with other areas of application of modern scientific methods, medical practice will benefit from technologies in which digital data enables predictable outcomes through quantitative models that integrate physical processes across spatial scales down to the molecular level. We need to promote personalized, predictive, integrative and evidence-based approaches to medicine.
Health Delivery Services (HDS) will use every time more computational tools to link individual patient data with virtual population databases via the knowledge of biological processes encoded in mathematical models. The biomedical community also now has the opportunity, thanks to the adoption of new model and data standards and a common set of reference ontologies, to assemble the molecular pieces from 50 years of reductionist science in order to understand genotype-phenotype relationships by linking databases of genetic and proteomic data to anatomy and function at the cell, tissue and organ levels. Biophysically based computational modeling of the human body, applied to human physiology and the diagnosis and treatment of disease, will revolutionize 21st century bio-sciences and medicine.
maat‘s Cloud Technological Platform allows to design, develop and implement: