US Patent No. 10,445,464

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETECTING MEDICAL ANOMALIES USING A MOBILE COMMUNICATION DEVICE


Patent No. 10,445,464
Issue Date October 15, 2019
Title System And Method For Detecting Medical Anomalies Using A Mobile Communication Device
Inventorship Andrew Weiss, San Ramon, CA (US)
Assignee Location Labs, Inc., Emeryville, CA (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,445,464

1. A computer-implemented method comprising:receiving training data comprising sensed data and an indication of at least one known state corresponding to the sensed data;
training at least one classifier using the training data;
receiving sensor data comprising at least accelerometer acceleration data from a mobile device corresponding to a first user;
determining a business venue corresponding to a geographic area based on mapping data comprising business directory information;
determining the mobile device has entered the geographic area;
receiving predetermined condition data comprising an indication of when the first user is scheduled to be medicated with a medication;
determining at least one effect or side-effect of the medication;
determining a period when the first user is scheduled to be medicated based on the indication of when the first user is scheduled to be medicated;
applying the at least one classifier to the sensor data to predict a user state of the first user based on, the determined at least one effect or side-effect at the period when the first user is scheduled to be medicated with the medication and based on the determined business venue, wherein predicting the user state comprises predicting wandering by determining a gait of walking based on the accelerometer acceleration data, a threshold for predicting the user state corresponding to the determined business venue;
transmitting a request to the first user to confirm the predicted user state; and
transmitting a notification regarding the predicted user state to a second user responsive to a confirmation by the first user of the predicted user state or a failure of the first user to respond to the request.