PRISMS is primarily designed for researchers to assess asthma symptoms and related factors in children to aid in the development of tailored predictive models. PRISMS is under development by researchers at UCLA and USC supported by a federally-funded grant and the NIH PRISMS (Pediatric Research Integrating Sensor Monitoring Systems) community. The goal of the project is to develop a platform that can detect an asthma attack for a specific patient and assist in reducing the likelihood or severity of an event. Visit http://www.mii.ucla.edu/prisms for more information on the Biomedical REAl-Time Health Evaluation for Pediatric Asthma (BREATHE) platform.
As of the current version, PRISMS is only accessible by study personnel and participants.