Patents by Inventor Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal

Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal 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: 20200020437
    Abstract: Disclosed are systems and methods for personalized care management. The method includes collecting login credentials of a user. The login credentials are checked and the user is authenticated accordingly. Then, user profile of the user is accessed to determine a specific role of the user. Based on the specific role of the user, a user interface is presented on a user device of the user. The user interacts with the user interface by providing at least one voice input including a request. Further, a notification is generated based on the voice input of the user for at least one user. The at least one user provides at least one voice input including a response for the user via a user interface on at least one user device of the at least one user. The response is presented to the user through the user interface.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 25, 2019
    Publication date: January 16, 2020
    Inventor: Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal
  • Patent number: 10430553
    Abstract: Disclosed are a system, and method for personalized care management. The method includes collecting a user's login details that are authenticated by matching these details with the stored credentials. Once authenticated the user profile of the user is accessed to determine the user specific role of the user. Based on the specific role of the user, an information read/write layout is modified. Further, on interaction of the user with the information read/write layout, a notification may be generated for other users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 8, 2017
    Date of Patent: October 1, 2019
    Inventor: Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal
  • Publication number: 20180357386
    Abstract: Disclosed are a system, and method for personalized care management. The method includes collecting a user's login details that are authenticated by matching these details with the stored credentials. Once authenticated the user profile of the user is accessed to determine the user specific role of the user. Based on the specific role of the user, an information read/write layout is modified. Further, on interaction of the user with the information read/write layout, a notification may be generated for other users.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 8, 2017
    Publication date: December 13, 2018
    Inventor: Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal
  • Patent number: 9734301
    Abstract: Systems and methods can support presenting patient alarms to clinical care users. An alarm management system can maintain a mapping of patients to users as well as user context information. The alarm management system can receive alarm indications from medical devices associated with the patients along with alarm context information associated with the alarm indication. The alarm management system can determine a target user among the users according to evaluating the mapping of patients to users, the user context information, and the alarm context information. The alarm management system can determine a notification modality according to evaluating the alarm indication, the target user, a portion of the user context information associated with the target user, and the alarm context information. The alarm management system can transmit the alarm indication, the alarm context information, and the notification modality to a mobile device for presentation to the target user.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 14, 2014
    Date of Patent: August 15, 2017
    Assignee: Voalte, Inc.
    Inventors: Benjamin King, Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Michael G. Sica, Philip N. Fibiger, Donnie C. Fletcher
  • Patent number: 9649073
    Abstract: Systems and methods can support usage modeling and the intelligent management of patient alarms. An alarm management system can maintain models of patient alarm operations. Modeling parameters related to clinical user behavior and modeling parameters related to alarm context can be incorporated into the models of patient alarm operations. The models of patient alarm operations can inform rules associated with intelligent alarm management. The rules may be applied to the presentation of alarms to the clinical users via mobile computing devices. The rules may also be applied to the interpretation of alarm responses from the clinical users. The rules may be adapted by the alarm management system to improve metrics of alarm efficacy and/or metrics of patient health outcomes.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 14, 2014
    Date of Patent: May 16, 2017
    Assignee: Voalte, Inc.
    Inventors: Benjamin King, Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Michael G. Sica, Philip N. Fibiger, Donnie C. Fletcher
  • Publication number: 20160078747
    Abstract: Systems and methods can support presenting patient alarms to clinical care users. An alarm management system can maintain a mapping of patients to users as well as user context information. The alarm management system can receive alarm indications from medical devices associated with the patients along with alarm context information associated with the alarm indication. The alarm management system can determine a target user among the users according to evaluating the mapping of patients to users, the user context information, and the alarm context information. The alarm management system can determine a notification modality according to evaluating the alarm indication, the target user, a portion of the user context information associated with the target user, and the alarm context information. The alarm management system can transmit the alarm indication, the alarm context information, and the notification modality to a mobile device for presentation to the target user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 14, 2014
    Publication date: March 17, 2016
    Inventors: Benjamin King, Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Michael G. Sica, Philip N. Fibiger, Donnie C. Fletcher
  • Publication number: 20160078750
    Abstract: Systems and methods can support usage modeling and the intelligent management of patient alarms. An alarm management system can maintain models of patient alarm operations. Modeling parameters related to clinical user behavior and modeling parameters related to alarm context can be incorporated into the models of patient alarm operations. The models of patient alarm operations can inform rules associated with intelligent alarm management. The rules may be applied to the presentation of alarms to the clinical users via mobile computing devices. The rules may also be applied to the interpretation of alarm responses from the clinical users. The rules may be adapted by the alarm management system to improve metrics of alarm efficacy and/or metrics of patient health outcomes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 14, 2014
    Publication date: March 17, 2016
    Inventors: Benjamin King, Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Michael G. Sica, Philip N. Fibiger, Donnie C. Fletcher
  • Patent number: 9129501
    Abstract: Systems and methods can support managing clinical care user responses to patient alarms. An alarm management system can maintain models of alarm response behavior for the clinical care users. The system can receive an alarm indication and an alarm context from a patient. A target user associated with the patient can be determined. The system can determine alarm response options to be offered to the target user. The system can transmit the alarm indication and the determined alarm response options from the alarm management system to a mobile device associated with the target user. The system can receive a response to the transmitted alarm from the target user. The system can interpret the received response to the transmitted alarm. The model of response behavior associated with the target user can be adapted in light of the received response to the transmitted alarm.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 14, 2014
    Date of Patent: September 8, 2015
    Assignee: Voalte, Inc.
    Inventors: Benjamin King, Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Michael G. Sica, Philip N. Fibiger, Donnie C. Fletcher
  • Patent number: 9037212
    Abstract: A bi-directional communication system (12) is utilized for communications between a technician at an imaging workstation (18), from which imaging protocols can be conducted and at which diagnostic images can be displayed, and one or more hospital medical professionals, located at remote locations. The technician selects and addresses the proper medical professional by a use of an addressing means (50) at workstation (18). The technician selects images (42) to be sent to the selected medical professional. The images and medical professional's address are formatted (46) into wireless transmission format via transmitter/receiver (44) coupled to the workstation (18). A plurality of remote transmitters/receivers (62) receives wireless transmissions at remote locations. Each wireless transmission is examined (68) for a correct address and further converted (70) into an appropriate format for human-readable display.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 2, 2004
    Date of Patent: May 19, 2015
    Assignee: Koninklijke Philips N.V.
    Inventors: Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Scott Kenneth Pohlman, Jacob Scott Durgan
  • Patent number: 8712798
    Abstract: A medical diagnostic imaging system (10) is coupled to a hospital network (14) to optimize a throughput of a scanner (24). The hospital network includes a hospital records database (18) and a plurality of hospital computers and remote means (20). A workstation (12) is coupled to the scanner (24) and the hospital network (14) and is used to control a scanning process. The workstation (12) includes a display (44), an applications database (52), which is configurable by a user, and an interface means (48) for displaying interactive user interface screens (46) on the display (44). The interface screens (46) allow the user to configure the applications database (52) and interactively control the scanning process.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 17, 2004
    Date of Patent: April 29, 2014
    Assignee: Koninklijke Philips N.V.
    Inventors: Shlomo Gotman, Shalom Rosenberg, Ron Ben-Tal, Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Jacob Scott Durgan
  • Publication number: 20070109294
    Abstract: A medical diagnostic imaging system (10) is coupled to a hospital network (14) to optimize a throughput of a scanner (24). The hospital network includes a hospital records database (18) and a plurality of hospital computers and remote means (20). A workstation (12) is coupled to the scanner (24) and the hospital network (14) and is used to control a scanning process. The workstation (12) includes a display (44), an applications database (52), which is configurable by a user, and an interface means (48) for displaying interactive user interface screens (46) on the display (44). The interface screens (46) allow the user to configure the applications database (52) and interactively control the scanning process.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 17, 2004
    Publication date: May 17, 2007
    Applicant: KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS NV
    Inventors: Shlomo Gotman, Shalom Rosenberg, Ron Ben-Tal, Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Jacob Durgan
  • Publication number: 20070049815
    Abstract: A bi-directional communication system (12) is utilized for communications between a technician at an imaging workstation (18), from which imaging protocols can be conducted and at which diagnostic images can be displayed, and one or more hospital medical professionals, located at remote locations. The technician selects and addresses the proper medical professional by a use of an addressing means (50) at workstation (18). The technician selects images (42) to be sent to the selected medical professional. The images and medical professional's address are formatted (46) into wireless transmission format via transmitter/receiver (44) coupled to the workstation (18). A plurality of remote transmitters/receivers (62) receives wireless transmissions at remote locations. Each wireless transmission is examined (68) for a correct address and further converted (70) into an appropriate format for human-readable display.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 2, 2004
    Publication date: March 1, 2007
    Inventors: Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Scott Pohlman, Jacob Scott
  • Publication number: 20060036471
    Abstract: Systems and methods are provided for automating physician-patient encounters. A centralized database server stores information associated with a plurality of patents. A portable computing device includes a wireless component that is operative to retrieve information associated with a given patient from the centralized database server in response to input from a user. A display associated with the portable computing device displays the retrieved information to a user. At least one input device allows the user to input information about a specific encounter with the patient, the wireless component being operative to transmit the inputted information to the central database.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 22, 2005
    Publication date: February 16, 2006
    Inventors: Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Daniel Karnadi, Andrei Brateanu
  • Patent number: 6187018
    Abstract: A detector unit (20) for an image guided surgery system (10) is provided. It includes an adjustable stand (22) having a plurality of receivers (24) mounted thereto such that the detector unit (20) has a predefined finite field of view (80) in which it detects radiant energy. It further includes at least one light source (90) mounted to the adjustable stand (22) in fixed relation to the receivers (24). The at least one light source (90) projects visible light in a predetermined pattern to mark a location of the field of view (80).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 27, 1999
    Date of Patent: February 13, 2001
    Assignee: Z-Kat, Inc.
    Inventors: Sethumadavan Sanjay-Gopal, Dale A. Messner, Bernard J. Czarkowski