Vire DoCHANGE helps cardiovascular disease patients with their rehabilitation, by stimulating a healthier lifestyle. Using various data sources, Vire provides you with three important factors of your life: Activity, Variety and Social Opportunity.
Activity, Variety and Social Opportunity are shown as a score that updates throughout the day. By checking the scores regularly, you can find out the effects certain activities of your life have on your wellbeing so you can adjust accordingly.
A powerful way of improving your wellbeing is to take it step by step. Vire will send you personalized Do’s from time to time. Do’s are behavioral nudges that slowly, but surely, move you towards a healthier lifestyle.
As soon as you start improving, the scores will show the improvement. If something goes a little sideways, Vire helps you get back on track with personalized Do’s.
Food is an essential factor of everyone’s life and even more important if you are rehabilitating. Foods with high sodium content, for example, are better to stay away from.
To help you decide which foods are healthy for you, Vire enables you to log your meals with photos. Simply take a picture of your meals and snacks, and you will get weekly feedback from a team of specialists.
Activity, Variety and Social Opportunity, three crucial factors of your healthy lifestyle, are calculated multiple times a day and shown on the main page.
The three scores and supporting data, such as the number of steps, and time spent in new locations, are updated throughout the day and stored in a daily and 2-weekly overview.
Personalized behavioral nudges in the form of Do’s and ToDo’s, developed by Do Something Different and Onmi, are sent to you several times a week.
Weekly expert advice on your food intake, made possible by just taking photos of your meals.
This work is supported by the European Commission Horizon2020 funded Do Cardiac Health: Advanced New Generation Ecosystem (Do CHANGE) project.