Patents by Inventor Robert G. Titemore

Robert G. Titemore 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: 20200125795
    Abstract: A computer program product, for automatically editing a medical record transcription, resides on a computer-readable medium and includes computer-readable instructions for causing a computer to obtain a first medical transcription of a dictation, the dictation being from medical personnel and concerning a patient, analyze the first medical transcription for presence of a first trigger phrase associated with a first standard text block, determine that the first trigger phrase is present in the first medical transcription if an actual phrase in the first medical transcription corresponds with the first trigger phrase, and insert the first standard text block into the first medical transcription.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 24, 2019
    Publication date: April 23, 2020
    Applicant: Nuance Communications, Inc.
    Inventors: Roger S. Zimmerman, Paul Egerman, Robert G. Titemore, George Zavaliagkos
  • Publication number: 20190325024
    Abstract: In a method for validating data, a text of a document is received. At least one fact is extracted from the text. At least one expert refinement is merged with the at least one fact to create at least one modified fact. The at least one modified fact is provided for a review. An expert refinement to the at least one modified fact is captured in response to the review. A superset document based on the at least one pre-existing refinement and the expert refinement is stored.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 20, 2018
    Publication date: October 24, 2019
    Applicant: Nuance Communications, Inc.
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Sean Gervais, Robert G. Titemore, Harry J. Ogrinc, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Roubik Manoukian, Cameron Fordyce
  • Patent number: 10423721
    Abstract: A computer program product, for automatically editing a medical record transcription, resides on a computer-readable medium and includes computer-readable instructions for causing a computer to obtain a first medical transcription of a dictation, the dictation being from medical personnel and concerning a patient, analyze the first medical transcription for presence of a first trigger phrase associated with a first standard text block, determine that the first trigger phrase is present in the first medical transcription if an actual phrase in the first medical transcription corresponds with the first trigger phrase, and insert the first standard text block into the first medical transcription.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 13, 2012
    Date of Patent: September 24, 2019
    Assignee: Nuance Communications, Inc.
    Inventors: Roger S. Zimmerman, Paul Egerman, Robert G. Titemore, George Zavaliagkos
  • Patent number: 10133726
    Abstract: In a method for validating data, a text of a document is received. At least one fact is extracted from the text. At least one expert refinement is merged with the at least one fact to create at least one modified fact. The at least one modified fact is provided for a review. An expert refinement to the at least one modified fact is captured in response to the review. A superset document based on the at least one pre-existing refinement and the expert refinement is stored.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 6, 2012
    Date of Patent: November 20, 2018
    Assignee: Nuance Communications, Inc.
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Sean Gervais, Robert G. Titemore, Harry J. Ogrinc, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Roubik Manoukian, Cameron Fordyce
  • Patent number: 10127223
    Abstract: In a method for validating data, a text of a document is received. At least one fact is extracted from the text. At least one expert refinement is merged with the at least one fact to create at least one modified fact. The at least one modified fact is provided for a review. An expert refinement to the at least one modified fact is captured in response to the review. A superset document based on the at least one pre-existing refinement and the expert refinement is stored.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 7, 2011
    Date of Patent: November 13, 2018
    Assignee: Nuance Communications, Inc.
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Sean Gervais, Robert G. Titemore, Harry J. Ogrinc, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Roubik Manoukian, Cameron Fordyce
  • Patent number: 9251129
    Abstract: A system and method may be disclosed for facilitating the creation or modification of a document by providing a mechanism for locating relevant data from external sources and organizing and incorporating some or all of said data into the document. In the method for reusing data, there may be a set of documents that may be queried, where each document may be divided into a plurality of sections. A plurality of section text groups may be formed based on the set of documents, where each section text group may be associated with a respective section from the plurality of sections and each section group includes a plurality of items. Each item may be associated with a respective section from each document of the set of documents. A selected item within a selected section text group may be focused. The selected item may be extracted to a current document. The current document may be exported to a host application.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 21, 2012
    Date of Patent: February 2, 2016
    Assignee: Nuance Communications, Inc.
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Cameron Fordyce, Sean Gervais, Roubik Manoukian, Harry J. Ogrinc, Robert G. Titemore, Jeffrey G. Hopkins
  • Patent number: 8370734
    Abstract: A system and method may be disclosed for facilitating the creation or modification of a document by providing a mechanism for locating relevant data from external sources and organizing and incorporating some or all of said data into the document. In the method for reusing data, there may be a set of documents that may be queried, where each document may be divided into a plurality of sections. A plurality of section text groups may be formed based on the set of documents, where each section text group may be associated with a respective section from the plurality of sections and each section group includes a plurality of items. Each item may be associated with a respective section from each document of the set of documents. A selected item within a selected section text group may be focused. The selected item may be extracted to a current document. The current document may be exported to a host application.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 10, 2006
    Date of Patent: February 5, 2013
    Assignee: Dictaphone Corporation.
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Cameron Fordyce, Sean Gervais, Roubik Manoukian, Harry J. Ogrinc, Robert G. Titemore, Jeffrey G. Hopkins
  • Publication number: 20120310644
    Abstract: A computer program product, for automatically editing a medical record transcription, resides on a computer-readable medium and includes computer-readable instructions for causing a computer to obtain a first medical transcription of a dictation, the dictation being from medical personnel and concerning a patient, analyze the first medical transcription for presence of a first trigger phrase associated with a first standard text block, determine that the first trigger phrase is present in the first medical transcription if an actual phrase in the first medical transcription corresponds with the first trigger phrase, and insert the first standard text block into the first medical transcription.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 13, 2012
    Publication date: December 6, 2012
    Applicant: eScription Inc.
    Inventors: Roger S. Zimmerman, Paul Egerman, Robert G. Titemore, George Zavaliagkos
  • Patent number: 8290958
    Abstract: A system and method may be disclosed for facilitating the creation or modification of a document by providing a mechanism for locating relevant data from external sources and organizing and incorporating some or all of said data into the document. In the method for reusing data, there may be a set of documents that may be queried, where each document may be divided into a plurality of sections. A plurality of section text groups may be formed based on the set of documents, where each section text group may be associated with a respective section from the plurality of sections and each section group includes a plurality of items. Each item may be associated with a respective section from each document of the set of documents. A selected item within a selected section text group may be focused. The selected item may be extracted to a current document. The current document may be exported to a host application.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 30, 2003
    Date of Patent: October 16, 2012
    Assignee: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Cameron Fordyce, Sean Gervais, Roubik Manoukian, Harry J. Ogrinc, Robert G. Titemore, Jeffrey G. Hopkins
  • Patent number: 8286071
    Abstract: A computer program product, for automatically editing a medical record transcription, resides on a computer-readable medium and includes computer-readable instructions for causing a computer to obtain a first medical transcription of a dictation, the dictation being from medical personnel and concerning a patient, analyze the first medical transcription for presence of a first trigger phrase associated with a first standard text block, determine that the first trigger phrase is present in the first medical transcription if an actual phrase in the first medical transcription corresponds with the first trigger phrase, and insert the first standard text block into the first medical transcription.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 29, 2006
    Date of Patent: October 9, 2012
    Assignee: eScription, Inc.
    Inventors: Roger S. Zimmerman, Paul Egerman, Robert G. Titemore, George Zavaliagkos
  • Publication number: 20120116812
    Abstract: In a method for validating data, a text of a document is received. At least one fact is extracted from the text. At least one expert refinement is merged with the at least one fact to create at least one modified fact. The at least one modified fact is provided for a review. An expert refinement to the at least one modified fact is captured in response to the review. A superset document based on the at least one pre-existing refinement and the expert refinement is stored.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 7, 2011
    Publication date: May 10, 2012
    Applicant: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Sean Gervais, Robert G. Titemore, Harry J. Ogrinc, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Roubik Manoukian, Cameron Fordyce
  • Publication number: 20120109641
    Abstract: In a method for validating data, a text of a document is received. At least one fact is extracted from the text. At least one expert refinement is merged with the at least one fact to create at least one modified fact. The at least one modified fact is provided for a review. An expert refinement to the at least one modified fact is captured in response to the review. A superset document based on the at least one pre-existing refinement and the expert refinement is stored.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 6, 2012
    Publication date: May 3, 2012
    Applicant: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Sean Gervais, Robert G. Titemore, Harry J. Ogrinc, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Roubik Manoukian, Cameron Fordyce
  • Patent number: 8095544
    Abstract: In a method for validating data, a text of a document is received. At least one fact is extracted from the text. At least one expert refinement is merged with the at least one fact to create at least one modified fact. The at least one modified fact is provided for a review. An expert refinement to the at least one modified fact is captured in response to the review. A superset document based on the at least one pre-existing refinement and the expert refinement is stored.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 30, 2003
    Date of Patent: January 10, 2012
    Assignee: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Sean Gervais, Robert G. Titemore, Harry J. Ogrinc, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Roubik Manoukian, Cameron Fordyce
  • Patent number: 8069411
    Abstract: A system and method for automatically reusing document text (e.g. repeated phrases or lists) in a newly created document having a predetermined document type (e.g. medical record). The present invention determines whether business rules exist for the predetermined document type associated with the newly created document. If business rules for the predetermined document type exist, the present invention determines whether the user has previously requested document text reuse for the newly created document. If the user has not previously requested document text reuse for the newly created document, the present invention selects document text from one or more stored documents in accordance with the business rules for the predetermined document type corresponding to the newly created document. The present invention then automatically inserts the selected document text into the newly created document.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 5, 2006
    Date of Patent: November 29, 2011
    Assignee: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Robert G. Titemore, Sean Gervais, Keith W. Boone
  • Patent number: 7233938
    Abstract: The invention includes a medical document handling system and method and automated coding systems and methods for assigning predetermined medical codes to medical documents based on the documents' contents. The invention functions by analyzing electronic medical records and extracting medical information using natural language processing and machine learning. The system collects and amalgamates medical documentation in various formats from multiple sources and locations, normalizes the information, analyzes the information, recognizes information indicating contents corresponding to classification codes, assigns classification codes, and presents information in context correlated to medical records for billing and other purposes.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 15, 2003
    Date of Patent: June 19, 2007
    Assignee: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Alwin B. Carus, Stefaan Heyvaert, Harry J. Ogrinc, Robert G. Titemore, Tom Deplonty, Keith Boone, Brian Wilson, Ray Rankins, Don Fonza, David Speth, Melissa Macpherson
  • Publication number: 20040243551
    Abstract: A system and method may be disclosed for facilitating the creation or modification of a document by providing a mechanism for locating relevant data from external sources and organizing and incorporating some or all of said data into the document. In the method for reusing data, there may be a set of documents that may be queried, where each document may be divided into a plurality of sections. A plurality of section text groups may be formed based on the set of documents, where each section text group may be associated with a respective section from the plurality of sections and each section group includes a plurality of items. Each item may be associated with a respective section from each document of the set of documents. A selected item within a selected section text group may be focused. The selected item may be extracted to a current document. The current document may be exported to a host application.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 30, 2003
    Publication date: December 2, 2004
    Applicant: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Cameron Fordyce, Sean Gervais, Roubik Manoukian, Harry J. Ogrinc, Robert G. Titemore, Jeffrey G. Hopkins
  • Publication number: 20040243552
    Abstract: In a method of viewing data, a set of documents and associated metadata is received based on a set of query parameters. Query hits are determined within the set of documents for a selected extraction target of a plurality of extraction targets. The query hits are associated with the selected extraction target. The plurality of extraction targets is displayed, where each extraction target being a link to associated query hits from the set of documents.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 30, 2003
    Publication date: December 2, 2004
    Applicant: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Robert G. Titemore, Keith W. Boone, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Cameron Fordyce, Harry J. Ogrinc, Nathaniel E. Brooks
  • Publication number: 20040243614
    Abstract: In a method for validating data, a text of a document is received. At least one fact is extracted from the text. At least one expert refinement is merged with the at least one fact to create at least one modified fact. The at least one modified fact is provided for a review. An expert refinement to the at least one modified fact is captured in response to the review. A superset document based on the at least one pre-existing refinement and the expert refinement is stored.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 30, 2003
    Publication date: December 2, 2004
    Applicant: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Sunitha Chaparala, Sean Gervais, Robert G. Titemore, Harry J. Ogrinc, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Roubik Manoukian, Cameron Fordyce
  • Publication number: 20040243545
    Abstract: The invention involves systems and methods for generating, manipulating, summarizing, storing, reusing, and searching electronic medical records. Structured input of medical information by medical personnel based on templates may optionally be used to facilitate analysis of records, while allowing less restrictive text input than systems of the prior art. Data extraction of relevant medical data from the input text may optionally be facilitated by the structured format of the medical records. Extracted medical data is optionally validated and linked or associated with the text from which it was extracted. The extracted medical data is normalized to allow easier searching than available in systems of the prior art. Medical and document metadata is incorporated into the extracted medical data. Particularly pertinent medical information may be extracted and summarized from a patient's medical history for use by a medical professional at the point of care.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 29, 2003
    Publication date: December 2, 2004
    Applicant: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Keith W. Boone, Alwin B. Carus, Thomas J. DePlonty, Jeffrey G. Hopkins, Harry J. Ogrinc, Susan Reggie, Robert G. Titemore
  • Publication number: 20040220895
    Abstract: The invention includes a medical document handling system and method and automated coding systems and methods for assigning predetermined medical codes to medical documents based on the documents' contents. The invention functions by analyzing electronic medical records and extracting medical information using natural language processing and machine learning. The system collects and amalgamates medical documentation in various formats from multiple sources and locations, normalizes the information, analyzes the information, recognizes information indicating contents corresponding to classification codes, assigns classification codes, and presents information in context correlated to medical records for billing and other purposes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 15, 2003
    Publication date: November 4, 2004
    Applicant: Dictaphone Corporation
    Inventors: Alwin B. Carus, Stefaan Heyvaert, Harry J. Ogrinc, Robert G. Titemore, Tom Deplonty, Keith Boone, Brian Wilson, Ray Rankins, Don Fonza, David Speth, Melissa MacPherson