Ideal Life, Inc.
|Ideal Life, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150088544||FACILITATING HEALTH MANAGEMENT OF SUBJECTS - A peer system of subjects with health-related issues is formed based on an association of subjects and a particular type of electronic device or devices which provides information related to a specific health-related issue or issues obtained from particular subjects. By means of such associations, subjects can transmit to and receive messages from other subjects associated with the same type of electronic device. One way to associate subjects with health-related issues is through an association of a subject with a type or types of sensors. For example, each monitoring device may be associated with a subject, and the type or types of sensor or sensors may be associated with the subject and/or monitoring device. Devices, systems, methods and computer program products may be provided leveraging this association for various applications, e.g., management of the health care of subjects, peering among subjects with a common heath-related issue or issues, advertising, research and other applications involving such subjects.||03-26-2015|
|20150045634||PERSONAL HEALTH MONITORING AND/OR COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - Monitoring systems are provided for monitoring physiologic parameters of at least one subject. The systems generally include a monitoring device or a plurality of monitoring devices, and a transmission device associated with the one or the plurality of the monitoring devices. The monitoring device(s) includes at least one physiologic sensor for measuring at least one physiologic parameter of a subject and a wireless communication unit. The transmission device includes at least one communication unit for communicating with the monitoring device wirelessly and for communicating with a remote computer. The monitoring device(s) communicate data measured with the monitoring device to the transmission device wirelessly and the transmission device communicates the measured data to the remote computer.||02-12-2015|
|20140095208||PERSONAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT DEVICE, METHOD AND SYSTEM - The present invention generally provides personal health management devices, and corresponding systems and methods. The personal health management device generally include an electronic controller and at least one memory device which cooperate to store at least temporarily weight management data for managing the weight of at least one user, such as a user's weight, a user's body fat percentage, exercise data, food consumption data, or a combination thereof, obtained from at least one component for obtaining such data, such as a keypad, a body fat percentage sensor for measuring a user's body fat percentage, a scale for measuring a user's weight, an exercise machine, a food scale, etc, and a communications unit for communicating the data obtained to a healthcare provider for monitoring progress with respect to a weight management program over a communications network.||04-03-2014|
|20130319776||CHAIR-BASED SCALE - A chair-based scale for weighing a person in a seated position is disclosed. The scale includes a system for electronically displaying data and other information. In one embodiment, the chair-based scale is a stand-alone scale, and in other embodiments, it communicates with a remote computer. According to one embodiment, the chair comprises a collapsible chair. A collapsible chair provides certain advantages, such as lower manufacturing and shipping costs, and ease of shipping to and storage and use at a user location (e.g., a patient's home or apartments), or a health care facility. According to an embodiment of the invention, the collapsible chair may be a folding chair, e.g., of the deck chair or director chair type. According to one embodiment, the chair comprises a protective cover that is movable to prevent loading of a load sensor in a non-weighing condition of the chair. In another embodiment, the chair is provided with wheels and e.g., is of the transport type.||12-05-2013|
|20130018668||Medical Montioring and Coordinated Care System - Systems and methods are provided for monitoring members of a group and providing coordinated care of the members. Monitoring devices are provided to each of the members which may take periodic health measurements of the member. The health measurement is compared to intervention criteria, which when satisfied, cause one or more interventions to be provided, such as a message sent to a member, a message sent to a health care provider or other interested individual, medical care provided to the member, or other intervention. Monitoring devices may be provided on a subscription basis. Group membership can be dynamic and based on a member's current health measurements. Health measurement information may be provided in reports.||01-17-2013|
|20110295085||Medical Monitoring Device and System - A portable device that receives data provided by one or more sensors and displays statistical data related to the sensor data or otherwise related to the person. Statistical data may include high, low, average, mean value, median value, standard deviation, least square, variance, distribution, compilation, etc. for or at any given time or period of time for the person being monitored, as well as for such values for segments or groups of the population, or limit values, or target values, etc. The values may represent measurements and other data related to physiological signs and parameters such as blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, electrocardiogram, glucose level, substances and/or chemical presence or level, analyze measurements, etc. The portable device may also display such measurements. The portable device may compute the statistical data, with or without the aid of a remote computer, and/or store statistical data, and/or a remote computer may compute and/or store statistical data. The portable device may communicate with a remote computer through a wireless link from the portable device, which may compute and/or store statistical data and measurements.||12-01-2011|
Patent applications by Ideal Life, Inc.