Patents by Inventor David Alan Finkelstein

David Alan Finkelstein has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20200118657
    Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product for automatically identifying a casualty and matching an electronic health record (EHR) to the casualty. A casualty identification is determined by matching a presenting image of the casualty with one of a master image or a social media profile image of the casualty. A recognized patient messaging system (RPMS) is configured to query one or more electronic health records (EHR) service providers for the existence of an EHR corresponding the identified casualty and automatically communicate the existence of the EHR to the EMS provider. A blockchain trusted identification module (BTIM) is configured to establish a trust relationship between the EMS provider and the one or more EHR service providers to establish a trusted pathway for delivery of the casualty's EHR to the EMS provider. With the casualty's EHR emergency responders to can provide better care for the casualty in an emergency situation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 12, 2019
    Publication date: April 16, 2020
    Inventors: David Alan Finkelstein, Paige Erin Finkelstein, Ali Simone Finkelstein
  • Patent number: 10622104
    Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product for automatically identifying a casualty and matching an electronic health record (EHR) to the casualty. A casualty identification is determined by matching a presenting image of the casualty with one of a master image or a social media profile image of the casualty. A recognized patient broadcast module (RPBM) is configured to query one or more electronic health records (EHR) service providers for the existence of an EHR corresponding the identified casualty and automatically communicate the existence of the EHR to the EMS provider. A blockchain trusted identification module (BTIM) is configured to establish a trust relationship between the EMS provider and the one or more EHR service providers to establish a trusted pathway for delivery of the casualty's EHR to the EMS provider. With the casualty's EHR emergency responders to can provide better care for the casualty in an emergency situation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 4, 2018
    Date of Patent: April 14, 2020
    Inventors: David Alan Finkelstein, Paige Erin Finkelstein, Ali Simone Finkelstein
  • Publication number: 20190035492
    Abstract: A system, method, and computer program product for automatically identifying a casualty and matching an electronic health record (EHR) to the casualty. A casualty identification is determined by matching a presenting image of the casualty with one of a master image or a social media profile image of the casualty. A recognized patient broadcast module (RPBM) is configured to query one or more electronic health records (EHR) service providers for the existence of an EHR corresponding the identified casualty and automatically communicate the existence of the EHR to the EMS provider. A blockchain trusted identification module (BTIM) is configured to establish a trust relationship between the EMS provider and the one or more EHR service providers to establish a trusted pathway for delivery of the casualty's EHR to the EMS provider. With the casualty's EHR emergency responders to can provide better care for the casualty in an emergency situation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 4, 2018
    Publication date: January 31, 2019
    Inventors: David Alan Finkelstein, Paige Erin Finkelstein, Ali Simone Finkelstein
  • Publication number: 20180366758
    Abstract: This invention describes a high-power, high-energy oxidant (catholyte) chemistry based on dichromate (CrVI as Cr2O72?) for use with a variety of fuels (anolytes) in redox flow batteries (RFBs, also known as reversible fuel cells), which reversibly store electricity as chemical energy. The reduction (discharge) of Cr2O72? to Cr3+ is natively irreversible at all investigated solid-state electrocatalysts, which has historically limited the employment of Cr2O72? to primary (non-rechargeable) cells, such as Grenet cells. The described invention overcomes this limitation by using a reversible redox couple, hereafter electron mediator, to heterogeneously donate electrons to the cathode electrocatalyst and homogeneously accept electrons from Cr3+ to regenerate Cr2O72?. RFBs employing this energy- and power-dense chemistry are suitable for low-cost energy storage applications, ranging from grid-level storage of renewable electricity to consumer electronics.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 16, 2016
    Publication date: December 20, 2018
    Inventor: David Alan FINKELSTEIN
  • Patent number: 10140504
    Abstract: A system and method for a participant to securely store select preexisting medical and other information which is then available in real time to emergency workers using a (mobile) software application that uses facial recognition to match a presenting image of a casualty with a master image of the participant to provide their identity. Once identified, pre-existing medical and demographic information may be transmitted to emergency responders to better care for the casualty in an emergency situation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 14, 2016
    Date of Patent: November 27, 2018
    Inventors: David Alan Finkelstein, Paige Erin Finkelstein
  • Publication number: 20170109570
    Abstract: A system and method for a participant to securely store select preexisting medical and other information which is then available in real time to emergency workers using a (mobile) software application that uses facial recognition to match a presenting image of a casualty with a master image of the participant to provide their identity. Once identified, pre-existing medical and demographic information may be transmitted to emergency responders to better care for the casualty in an emergency situation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 14, 2016
    Publication date: April 20, 2017
    Inventors: David Alan Finkelstein, Paige Erin Finkelstein