|LIFENEXUS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140358584||Electronic Health Record System - A system and method provides central storage of patient health records and allows for temporal access to be provided by the patient to other individual and healthcare providers.||12-04-2014|
|20140249394||HEALTH MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTIC DEVICE AND NETWORK-BASED HEALTH ASSESSMENT AND MEDICAL RECORDS MAINTENANCE SYSTEM - A health monitoring and diagnostic device (LIFESTREAM cholesterol meter) configured as a self-contained testing and diagnostic unit in a clam-shell type case. One side of the case includes a spring-loaded finger stick and a compartment for carrying one or more packages of disposable items including a test strip, a needle for the finger stick, and an alcohol swipe. The other half of the case includes a test strip reader, a key pad, and a liquid crystal display. The meter reads a test strip carrying a droplet of blood and receives additional diagnostic information from the patient, such as age, gender, weight, and family history of heart disease. Within minutes, the meter displays test results, including total cholesterol levels. The meter also displays additional diagnostic results, such as the patient's “cardiac age,” recommended weight loss, and a cardiac risk assessment. The meter also works in connection with a network-based comprehensive health analysis and reporting system. The meter writes patient data to a smartcard. This patient data typically includes patient identification information, the test results, the diagnostic information, and the diagnostic results. A computer station reads the smartcard and establishes a network connection with a health report server over the Internet. The computer then downloads the patient data to the health report server, which prepares a comprehensive health report. Within minutes, this report is transmitted back to the computer station, where it is printed out and delivered to the patient.||09-04-2014|
|20130020385||Smartcard Accessed Dual Server Electronic Data Storage System - A secure, electronic data maintenance system and associated removable memory storage devices (e.g., smartcards). The system includes a first remote server that stores card holder identification information associated with multiple card holders, and a second remote server that stores electronic data associated with the card holders. The electronic data maintained on the second remote server cannot be correlated to the card holder identification information maintained on the first remote server based on the information contained in the first and second remote servers. To permit correlation of the files, the removable memory storage devices store correlation information sufficient to uniquely associate particular card holder identification information stored on the first remote computer server with associated card holder's electronic data stored on the second remote server. The removable memory storage device also allows the card holder to engage in monetary transactions.||01-24-2013|
|20120273578||Federated ID Secure Virtual Terminal Emulation Smartcard - A smartcard using a combination of secure virtual terminal emulation implemented by the smartcard and Federated ID information stored on the smartcard (and optionally on a transaction processor server) to provide secure verification of the personal identity of the cardholder. The Federated ID information provides a high level personal identity verification for the cardholder while secure virtual terminal emulation by the smartcard prevents the Federated ID information from being exposed to the microprocessor and memory resources of a host computer station when the smartcard is used with the host computer station to engage in transactions. The Federated ID smartcard provides a flexible, dynamically adjustable, highly efficient and secure system for personal identity verification for online commerce and a wide range of other application involving personal identity verification.||11-01-2012|
|20120161934||RFID Reporting Personal Health Card And Related Systems - A personal health card that includes a smartcard with an RFID device that automatically reports certain RFID response information when illuminated by an interrogation signal from an RFID reader, such as an authorized first responder interrogation device issued to police, fire, lifeguard, or EMT personnel. A characteristic of the response from a selected card may change in response to the strength of the signal received from the card to help the operator locate and recover a desired card. For example, the volume of an audible “ping” at the interrogator may become louder or more frequent as the interrogation response from the card becomes stronger to provide a “homing device” for physically locating a particular card. This feature is very helpful when emergency responses are attempting to locate personal health cards at the scene of an accident or other incident.||06-28-2012|
Patent applications by LIFENEXUS, INC.