Patents by Inventor Lyle M. Allen, III

Lyle M. Allen, III 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: 20110077971
    Abstract: A patient apparatus is configured to receive and analyze information regarding patient compliance with anticoagulation medication and self-test coagulation regimens related to anticoagulation therapy. In addition, a patient apparatus is configured to receive data from a patient, including physiological data, pathophysiological data, biological data, psychological data, neuropsychological data, and/or behavioral data. Utilizing the received patient data, a patient apparatus can modify a warfarin regimen using an algorithm contained within the apparatus. The apparatus can communicate the modified warfarin regimen to the patient and to third parties, such as remotely located healthcare providers. In addition, the apparatus can prompt a patient when to perform a self-test and can prompt a patient to seek immediate medical attention, or to directly contact medical help, when so warranted.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 3, 2010
    Publication date: March 31, 2011
    Inventors: Richard S. Surwit, Lyle M. Allen, III, James J. Morris, JR., Thomas Lee Ortel
  • Patent number: 7739130
    Abstract: A patient apparatus is configured to receive and analyze information regarding patient compliance with anticoagulation medication and self-test coagulation regimens related to anticoagulation therapy. In addition, a patient apparatus is configured to receive data from a patient, including physiological data, pathophysiological data, biological data, psychological data, neuropsychological data, and/or behavioral data. Utilizing the received patient data, a patient apparatus can modify a warfarin regimen using an algorithm contained within the apparatus. The apparatus can communicate the modified warfarin regimen to the patient and to third parties, such as remotely located healthcare providers. In addition, the apparatus can prompt a patient when to perform a self-test and can prompt a patient to seek immediate medical attention, or to directly contact medical help, when so warranted.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 27, 2005
    Date of Patent: June 15, 2010
    Assignee: ZyCare, Inc.
    Inventors: Richard S. Surwit, Lyle M. Allen, III, James J. Morris, Jr., Thomas Lee Ortel
  • Patent number: 6980958
    Abstract: A patient apparatus is configured to receive and analyze information regarding patient compliance with anticoagulation medication and self-test coagulation regimens related to anticoagulation therapy. In addition, a patient apparatus is configured to receive data from a patient, including physiological data, pathophysiological data, biological data, psychological data, neuropsychological data, and/or behavioral data. Utilizing the received patient data, a patient apparatus can modify a warfarin regimen using an algorithm contained within the apparatus. The apparatus can communicate the modified warfarin regimen to the patient and to third parties, such as remotely located healthcare providers. In addition, the apparatus can prompt a patient when to perform a self-test and can prompt a patient to seek immediate medical attention, or to directly contact medical help, when so warranted.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 11, 2000
    Date of Patent: December 27, 2005
    Assignee: ZyCare, Inc.
    Inventors: Richard S. Surwit, Lyle M. Allen, III, James J. Morris, Jr., Thomas Lee Ortel
  • Patent number: 6589169
    Abstract: Medical conditions of a plurality of remotely located patients are monitored, diagnosed, prioritized and treated using a central data processing system configured to communicate with and receive data from a plurality of respective patient monitoring systems. Patient monitoring systems are capable of receiving and storing patient data and may include a medicine dosage algorithm for using the stored patient data to generate medicine dosage recommendations to a patient. A central data processing system is configured to obtain patient data from each patient monitoring system and analyze the obtained patient data to identify medical conditions of each respective patient. A central data processing system may include medicine dosage algorithms. Identified patient medical conditions for each respective patient are displayed in selectable, prioritized order according to medical severity via one or more remotely located clients in communication with a central data processing system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 23, 1999
    Date of Patent: July 8, 2003
    Assignee: Healthware Corporation
    Inventors: Richard S. Surwit, Lyle M. Allen, III, Sandra E. Cummings
  • Patent number: 6024699
    Abstract: Medical conditions of a plurality of remotely located patients are monitored, diagnosed, prioritized and treated using a central data processing system configured to communicate with and receive data from a plurality of respective patient monitoring systems. Patient monitoring systems are capable of receiving and storing patient data and may include a medicine dosage algorithm for using the stored patient data to generate medicine dosage recommendations to a patient. A central data processing system is configured to obtain patient data from each patient monitoring system and analyze the obtained patient data to identify medical conditions of each respective patient. A central data processing system may include medicine dosage algorithms. Identified patient medical conditions for each respective patient are displayed in selectable, prioritized order according to medical severity via one or more remotely located clients in communication with a central data processing system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 13, 1998
    Date of Patent: February 15, 2000
    Assignee: Healthware Corporation
    Inventors: Richard S. Surwit, Lyle M. Allen, III, Sandra E. Cummings
  • Patent number: 4731726
    Abstract: A monitor system is provided which includes means for measuring blood glucose values and for generating glucose data signals, monitor means coupled to the measuring means and including means for inputting patient data, means for transmitting and receiving data to and from the monitor means, and computing means for receiving glucose data signal in connection with administration treatment for diabetes mellitus.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 19, 1986
    Date of Patent: March 15, 1988
    Assignee: Healthware Corporation
    Inventor: Lyle M. Allen, III