|prosit [latin] = "it shall be useful"
PROSIT develops open source disease models for the health economic evaluation of diabetes mellitus
The fundamental principle of PROSIT is simplicity. Here, we do not strive for developing the most complex, innovative and interoperable disease models. Our goal is to search for the most simple, but transparent and easy to understand approach to develop models.
Another prominent feature of PROSIT is its linkage to teaching especially in medical informatics and in health economics. Regularly student groups are working on modelling projects and are collecting first experiences in practical scientific working.
The models are published under the GNU Public License Version 2.
Please note: all of our models are still in preliminary status. If you have questions, feel free to ask them by mail or in our discussion sites Schramm and Pobiruchin.
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Structure of the PROSIT Retinopathy Diabetes Disease Model, nick named as "Rhenus A"