Title: System and method for collecting, organizing and presenting research-oriented medical information

Doc. No: 20070016440, Application No: 340351, Application Date: 2006-01-26, Issue Date: 2009-03-31

Inventors: Stroup; Richard; Tarrants; Marcy L; Lofland; Garry K; O’Brien; James E Jr..; Grist; Gary E; Dennis; Pamela A.

Abstract: A method and computer program manages medical research study information and laboratory test result information. The program generates an interactive user interface with elements for setting up a study, managing study member information, managing patient information, receiving and displaying comments, and configuring data to be stored in a database associated with the research study. The program also receives medical event information from a user and laboratory test result information from a laboratory information system, and generates a chart that correlates the test results and the medical events. The program also receives a normal range pertaining to a test result from the laboratory information system and provides a normal range indicator for the test result.

Title: System and method for collecting, organizing, and presenting date-oriented medical information.

Doc. No: 20060293920, Application No: 340745, Application Date: 2006-01-26, Issue Date: 2013-02-28

Inventors: Stroup; Richard; Tarrants; Marcy L; Lofland; Garry K; O’Brien; James E Jr..; Grist; Gary E; Dennis; Pamela A.

Abstract: A method and computer program collects hospital patient and administrative information and presents the information to a user via an interactive user interface (34) that includes a plurality of activity windows. The activity windows list patients according to admission to a hospital department (36), scheduled surgical procedures (38), scheduled clinical appointments (40), rounds (44), consults (46), and scheduled catheterization conference (48). A daily schedule activity window (42) lists presents the user’s schedule for a given day, and a personal notes activity window (50) presents notes previously submitted by the user. The patient lists can be presented according to service, team, or attending physician. The user can drill down to acquire more detailed information by selecting a patient from a list and requesting the information.

Title: System and method for collecting, organizing, and presenting date-orientated medical information.

U.S. Patent Application No. 11/340,745; Filed: 1/26/2006; Dkt No. 36541 U.S. Patent Number: 8,468,030 Issued: June 18, 2013

Inventors: Stroup; Richard; Tarrants; Marcy L; Lofland; Garry K; O’Brien; James E Jr..; Grist; Gary E; Dennis; Pamela A.

Abstract: A method and computer program collects hospital patient and administrative information and presents the information to a user via an interactive user interface (34) that includes a plurality of activity windows. The activity windows list patients according to admission to a hospital department (36), scheduled surgical procedures (38), scheduled clinical appointments (40), rounds (44), consults (46), and scheduled catheterization conference (48). A daily schedule activity window (42) lists presents the user’s schedule for a given day, and a personal notes activity window (50) presents notes previously submitted by the user. The patient lists can be presented according to service, team, or attending physician. The user can drill down to acquire more detailed information by selecting a patient from a list and requesting the information.

Perfusion Theory is an educational platform for the Oxygen Pressure Field Theory (OPFT). August Krogh’s theoretical concept of the oxygen pressure field is explained and then applied to clinical applications in perfusion practice.