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Method and System for Dynamically Associating Contextual Information with Medical Data/Information of a User.

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000248753D
Publication Date: 2017-Jan-05
Document File: 1 page(s) / 31K

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Abstract

A method and system is disclosed for dynamically associating contextual information with medical data/information being recorded for a user.

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Method and System for Dynamically Associating Contextual Information with Medical Data/Information of a User.

Disclosed is a method and system for dynamically associating contextual information with medical data/information being recorded for a user.

In accordance with an embodiment, the system monitors input from medical devices, mobile device or any wearable of a user. In an event, when the user devices find an abnormality/recordable event or the user notices something wrong and pushes an event button, the system is notified. Thereafter, the system requests information from the user’s own devices including, but not limited to, mobile phone/devices, calendars events, and fitness trackers/watches to determine contextual information such as location (GPS), speed, directions, elevation, and change in elevation. In an embodiment, the system may also request information from others around via mobile to mobile communication to gather additional data to confirm readings from the user’s own device and to get context of who the user was with at the time of the event. The system stores the information along with the medical measurement in a data store. The system sends all data collected for each event in the data store to a doctor upon request/when monitoring is completed.

Considering an exemplary scenario, wherein a user has been having irregular heartbeats and the user’s doctor gives the user a portable heart monitor that works with the system disclosed herein. The user is requi...