Medical video communication systems and methods

FIELD: information technology.

SUBSTANCE: medical communication system includes a plurality of end-user audio/video recording and playback devices (40) located at recipients of medical assistance, and a medical server (10) configured to receive audio/video messages (90′) generated by the end-user audio/video devices and to generate and transmit audio/video responses (94) to targeted end-user audio/video devices. The medical server includes an audio/video recording and playback device (12) configured to playback received audio/video messages and to record audio/video responses, and the end user audio/video recording and playback devices are configured to playback audio/video responses (94′) received from the server. In some embodiments, each end-user audio/video device includes: a video recording lens (62); a microphone (64); and an automatic lens cover (63) configured to physically block the video recording lens except during recording of audio/video content. In some embodiments, each end-user audio/video device includes a user entertainment device (50, 52).

EFFECT: improved communication between medical professionals and patients.

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The following applies to medical technologies. It finds application in the treatment, care, monitoring, etc. of patients in homes, apartments, hospitals, hospices, hospitals, medical centers, etc.

Maintaining open lines of communication between medical professionals and chronically ill patients is a recognized factor in effective medical treatment. Good communication is usually correlated with more positive outcomes. Poor communication can negatively affect the patient in many ways. The independent implementation of patient care (for example, timely medication, maintenance regimes of diet and exercise and so on) can have a negative effect due to misunderstanding by the patient dosages and other aspects of therapy. Poor communication can also have a negative impact on the psychological health of the patient, for example, can lead to depression, apathy patient, etc. Poor communication can also lead to failure patient medical evidence of physiological or psychological symptoms or loss of such messages in the chain of communication. When communication is limited by phone or letter, loss of non-verbal communication, such as gestures, General behavior, etc.

Although open lines of communication have recognized the benefits, to them who are also disadvantages. Medical assistants are a valuable specialized care or treatment. The presence of the doctor, constantly meet the impromptu phone calls or other inquiries from patients, is not an effective use of this resource. This is especially true when, as is often the case, the patient is lonely and mostly wants to talk, but has no information or questions related to medicine. Such psychological needs, important though they are, are better satisfied by the intervention of psychologists, nurses or other staff.

In an attempt to ensure effective communication, not overloading at the same time, medical personnel, commonly used paradigm of structured communication. For example, phone calls in the doctor's office is usually responsible Secretary who sorts these calls and taking messages when appropriate. The doctor then takes an important message and transmits the information back to the patient either through the Secretary, either through direct response phone call to the patient. These approaches provide numerous opportunities for poor connection or lost connection and usually leave the patient's sense of what the doctor has little interest in his or her medical condition.

Another approach structured communication is the tsya medical form. Such forms are common everywhere in the conditions of medical care and usually contain a form of medical questions or issues related to medicine, to be completed by the patient. For care at home, such questionnaires are usually passed electronically to the patient, for example, through a broadband connection to the Internet. Use this form has the advantage of providing record information in writing, but the quality of this information may be reduced due to a lack of understanding of patient issues or apathy of the patient, leading to incomplete or incorrect answers. In addition, patients usually do not like to fill out forms and again feel that the doctor avoids them.

Plan to visit the doctor's office or other medical institutions provide another line of communication. The advantage is that the patient and doctor can be involved in personal two-way conversation during such visits. However, this approach takes a lot of time at the doctor, and plan to visit usually are infrequent and short, sometimes limited to fifteen minutes or less per visit, with a planned visit every month, every six months or in some other infrequent interval. Thus, when you plan to visit are insufficient to maintain an open line of St. the zi with the patient.

Television-based interactive platform of health called Motiva® was developed by Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. (Eindhoven, Netherlands). This system transmits planned motivation, guidance or other related to medicine audio/video content to the patient and can accept data from biometric measurements, survey responses, etc. from the patient. This content is planned by the nurse or other person having care or treatment, and personalized for each patient.

The problem with the paradigm of the planned links is that medical problems and issues usually do not follow a set schedule. The patient may experience a new symptom or another medical condition that requires communication with a nurse, doctor or other medical professional at any time.

Still, the main equipment for addressing such unplanned issues was the phone. The patient calls the doctor's office during open hours, or perhaps ringing in the line of nurse call, available twenty-four hours after the reception hours. Some of these lines of communication are only for emergency situations. Even when the phone line is designed for broader purposes, such as addressing more routine matters of the patient, for the patient it is not unusual to avoid them and what to use as long until you develop an acute medical problem. Only the sound of nature telephony leaves the patient unsatisfied. In addition, the spontaneous nature of telephone communication can lead to the fact that the nurse seems brief and not sympathetic to the patient.

The following provides a new and improved devices and methods that overcome the above and other problems.

In accordance with one aspect, described is a medical communication system, comprising: multiple devices audio/video recording and playback for patients patients receiving medical care; and medical server, configured to receive audio/video generated audio/video devices, patients, and the formation and transmission of audio responses to the target audio/video devices to patients and medical server includes a device audio/video recording and playback performed by the playback of received audio/video and recording audio responses, and device audio/video recording and playback for patients performed with the ability to play audio responses received from the server.

In accordance with another aspect, the described device audio/video recording and playback, comprising: about Activ videos microphone; and an automatic lens cover made with the possibility of a physical lock lens videos all the time, except during recording of audio/video content.

In accordance with another aspect, the described device, comprising: a portable remote controller to control TV, DVD, STB or other electronic device, and portable remote controller includes touch controls for input of control commands; built-in microphone, built-in portable remote controller; and a transmitter for transmitting audio, adopted an integrated microphone, a portable remote controller.

In accordance with another aspect, described the medical communication method, which works in conjunction with the medical communications network that includes devices audio/video recording and playback for patients, which is associated patients, and medical server that stores graphics treatment planning for patients and configured to transmit audio/video devices audio/video recording and playback target patients according to the schedules of treatment planning. This medical communication method includes the steps are: initiated by one of the devices in the audio/video recording and is the play button for the end user request, passed medical communications network to a medical server and addressed to one or more health professionals; and form a two-way audio/video in real time between the end user associated with the originating device audio/video recording and playback to the end user, and affordable health care professional.

In accordance with another aspect, described the medical communication system, comprising: a camera; a local memory; and a processor configured to (i) play audio/video content in the interaction with the user of the entertainment device, (ii) recording of audio/video content in cooperation with the chamber, (iii) preservation of audio/video content in local memory: (iv) send to the medical server audio/video and receive answers from him on the wire, and (v) providing a graphical user interface for interacting with the user of the entertainment device, allowing, least selective playback of pre-recorded audio/video content received from the medical server, record and send audio/video to the medical server, and receive and playback audio responses from the medical server.

In accordance with another aspect, the description of the medical communication method containing phases in which: transmit audio/video content from the medical server to the place of residence of the end user through the communication channel; reproduce the transmitted audio/video content on the TV, in the place of residence of the end user; recording audio/video message is the desire of the end user; transmit the recorded audio/video message from the end user at the medical server via the same communication channel through which to transmit audio/video content; receive audio/video response from the medical server via the same communication channel through which to transmit audio/video content; and reproducing the accepted audio/video response on the TV available to the end user.

One advantage is the improved communication between medical professionals and chronically ill patients.

Another advantage is the superior attitude of the patients and results of treatment.

Another advantage is in reduced health-care costs.

Additional advantages of this invention will be clear to the specialists of ordinary skill in the art after reading and understanding the following detailed description.

Fig. 1 schematically shows an illustrative medical communications system.

Fig. 2 is hematite shows an illustrative version of the medical server illustrative medical communication system of Fig. 1.

Fig. 3A and 3B schematically show an illustrative version of the implementation of one of the devices in the audio/video recording and playback for end users illustrative medical communication system of Fig. 1. More specifically:

Fig. 3A shows an illustrative device the end-user when it does not record audio/video content; and

Fig. 3B shows an illustrative device of the end user, when it records audio/video content.

Fig. 4 schematically shows an illustrative audio/video content, messaging and responses through illustrative medical communication system of Fig. 1.

Fig. 5 schematically shows a perspective representation of a portable remote controller that includes a microphone.

With reference to Fig. 1, the medical communications system includes a medical server 10 having a memory and includes a device 12 audio/video recording and playback. Medical server 10 operatively connected to the Internet 14 for sending and receiving data targeted way. For example, at the level of the Internet Protocol/transmission control Protocol (IP/TCP), the medical server is addressed using addresses of the Internet Protocol (IP address), schematically indicated as "IP#S" in Fig. 1. At the level of the hypertext transport Protocol (http, i.e. at the level of "all the nuclear biological chemical (NBC wide web"), the server can be properly identified by a uniform resource locator (URL), for example, as http://www.medserver.com/, which is converted into an IP address using the search system or service or the server domain naming system (DNS). In some embodiments, the implementation, the IP address changes dynamically, and the URL and updated accordingly DNS converts to an IP address. Although the illustrated variant implementation uses the Internet 14 for communication, it also assumes the use of another network, such as Ethernet or wireless Ethernet. Based Eyhernet communication appropriately address is used to control access to the data transfer medium (WT). The communication channel may include multiple means of communication such as the Internet 14 with line Ethernet connection on the server end of the illustrated embodiment.

With reference to Fig. 2, an illustrative medical server 10 includes a Central processing unit (CPU) 20, which contains the memory or has access to memory and supports wireless local area network (WLAN or WiFi, for example), a wired network, such as wired Ethernet, or some combination of wired and wireless local area networks. In the illustrative embodiment, Fig. 2, access to the WLAN is wireless access points the UPA, such as the illustrated wireless access point 22 via the corresponding digital devices, such as the illustrated laptop computer 24, or desktop computer, or nonintellectual terminal (terminal I / o), etc. Receiving access digital device provides a display 26 for displaying the video and one or more input devices, such as an illustrated keyboard 28 and the touch panel 29. The medical staff uses the laptop computer 24 or other access device for communication with the medical server 10. The medical staff may include, for example, an associates of nursing, nurses, doctors, medical administrative staff, ancillary or contract workers for medical or related medical organizations, etc.

In the illustrated embodiment, the digital access device also determines the device 12 audio/video recording and playback. Laptop 24 includes a display 26 to provide video playback, and usually also includes built-in speakers to provide audio playback. Alternative or additionally, the computer can be connected to external speakers (not shown). For the record, shows the camera 30 includes a lens 32 of the video and the microphone 34. Indicator light 36 is there another indicator may be activated during recording. In a different implementation, the camera may be integrated into the computer or may be implemented as a stand-alone (recorder) camcorder, etc. In some embodiments, implementation, may be undesirable video medical professional. In such cases, video medical worker can be replaced by the corresponding dynamic virtual avatar, simulating a medical professional, implemented by an appropriate driving mechanism 38 avatars. (Driving mechanism 38 avatars are shown schematically and may be physically embodied, for example, as software executable on a laptop computer 24, the software executing on the CPU 20 of the server and so on)

With reference to Fig. 1, the medical server 10 is intended to serve a significant number of chronically ill patients, elderly patients, patients or other end users. As used here, the term "patient" should be broadly interpreted as encompassing normal patients in hospitals and ambulatory patients, chronically ill people under continuing medical care outpatient type for chronic conditions, elderly or sick people under continuing medical supervision through the planned visit to the doctor's office, etc. In one approach, the service is aimie people are members of a virtual community, which is serviced by the medical server 10. Community members may include patient medical facilities, outpatient system of hospitals, residents of homes, cared for, pensioners, etc. who have subscribed or agreed otherwise engage in virtual medical community. This virtual community can be open to all who wish to join it, or may be limited to certain class members, such as retirees of the Corporation's sponsor or patients selected medical institutions or medical system. Virtual community is a distributed community, where community members are in their own homes or places of residence, where they care, etc. Every community member has the device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user, operatively connected to the medical server 10 via the Internet 14. Such access is addressed, for example, using the IP address of the device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user, as shown, so that the transfer from the medical server 10 can be targeted at specific device 40 audio/video recording and playback for end users. Although in Fig. 1 shows as primulaceae device 40 audio/video recording and playback for end users typically, the number of devices audio/video recording and playback for end users can amount to tens, hundreds or more. Typically, device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user is in the place of residence (e.g., houses, apartments, rooms in homes, where care, with shelters, bathrooms communities pensioners and so on) associated end users.

With reference to Fig. 2, for hosting such a significant number of end-users in the medical server 10 is supported by the base 42 of these patients. The base 42 of these patients usually includes address information, such as illustrated by the IP addresses for each device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user. In some embodiments, the implementation, the base 42 of these patients additionally includes graphics of treatment planning, planning audio/video content or other information for directions to each end user. Thus, for example, for the end user, having heart problems, can be scheduled screening of videos on cardiac therapy, a video about diets and so on, whereas for the end user suffering from diabetes, can be scheduled to display instructional videos about injection of the insulin videos about diets with salt restriction, etc.

Fig. 2 schematically illustrates an exemplary medical server 10. A more General way, the medical server may be implemented by various combinations of hardware and software. For example, in some embodiments, the implementation of a single computer can be the host server computer and provide the user interface, including the embodiment of the device of the audio/video recording and playback. In other embodiments, the implementation, the server may be implemented through a group or network of computers, etc. Although the example shows only the fillet laptop 24, it is assumed that many of the medical staff, possibly amounting to tens, hundreds or more, gets access to the medical server 10 through one, two, several, dozens, hundreds or more computers or other interfacing digital devices. In some embodiments, implementation, some of these interfacing computers or digital devices may not be capable audio/video recording and playback, or may not have the ability of recording.

With continuing reference to Fig. 1 and with additional reference to Fig. 3A and 3B, as an example, schematically shows a device 40 audio/video recording and playback DL the end user. The device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user is different from the device 12 audio/video recording and playback medical server in a certain way that reflects significant differences between the typical end user and typical health care worker. End users are generally older, more painful (i.e. less healthy) and, as a group, less technically educated, in contrast to the medical staff. For example, some end users may not be able to use a computer or may be unable to work due to physical or mental limitations. To alleviate these problems, shows a device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user is built around a custom entertainment devices such as TV shows 50 and DVD player 52. TV 50 may be a TV standard definition or high definition TV (image), can use the display on a CRT, LCD display, gas plasma display, etc. and may include built-in speakers or can be connected to external speakers or an external sound system, such as system sound environment. The DVD player may be absent or may be replaced or supplemented selects the Ohm (VCR), recorder to DVD, digital video recorder (DVR), etc. Custom entertainment device may include other components, such as, for example, a game machine, receiver, cable box, satellite dish, etc.

The device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user additionally includes a processor 54, which facilitates interfacing with the medical server 10 via the Internet 14. Shows the processor 54 is placed in the given case, such as shown, the set-top box 56, or another block, and therefore, the processor 54 is shown fictitiously. In other embodiments, the implementation, the processor may be integrated in the TV 50 or integrated in the receiver cable television (device not shown), the interface or gateway to the Internet, etc. Shows the set-top box 56 also includes a memory 58, such as shown hard drive, again shown fictitiously, as it is enclosed in box 56. In other embodiments, the implementation, the memory can include solid-state electronic storage medium, such as flash memory, optical media, such as recordable optical disk, etc.

As is known in the art, the user of the entertainment device, such as an illustrative television 50 and DVD players, 52, normally operated is conducted by one or more portable remote controllers. In the shown embodiment, a conventional portable remote controller 60 used to control the TV 50, DVD player 52 and the set-top box 56. Portable remote controller 60 may be a commercial remote controller universal type that can be easily configured to control multiple devices 50, 52, 56. In other embodiments, implementation, portable remote controller 60 may be a specially designed remote controller, which, for example, includes a very large buttons of various shapes, simplified controls, etc. to facilitate their use by the end user, who may be sick, weak, can have low vision, or other health impairment. Although shown portable remote controller 60 is a remote controller universal type, which allows you to manage all the devices 50, 52, 56, is also assumed that there is a portable remote controller to control the set-top box 56, which is separate and distinct from one or more other portable remote controller to control a custom entertainment devices 50, 52.

In some embodiments, the exercise device 40 audio/videozap the si and play to the end user is located in the home end user, for example, in the living room or bedroom. Some end users may therefore be affected in matters of personal privacy and security, especially in view of the ability of the audio/video device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user. To alleviate these problems, the recording components can be performed with the power to convince the end user that the recording is not performed surreptitiously or without the knowledge and control of the end user. In the shown device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user, the lens 62 of the videos includes automatic cover 63 lens made with the possibility of permanent physical blocking of the lens 62 of the video (as shown in Fig. 3A), with the exception of recording time audio/video content (as shown in Fig. 3B, where the automatic cover 63 of the lens automatically moves to open the lens 62 videos). Namely, the automatic cover 63 of the lens is programmed or blocked in such a way that it is open whenever there is a video, and closed otherwise. By physically blocking the lens 62 of the video when it is not used, the end user confirms his or her privacy. A similar treatment is om, the microphone 64 is made with the possibility of at least partial extension from the housing set-top box during recording (as shown in Fig. 3B) and is drawn into the case otherwise (as shown in Fig. 3A). Although this retraction does not actually interfere with the recording, retracting the microphone 64, when not in use, may nevertheless be compelling to the end user.

Fig. 3A and 3B schematically illustrate an exemplary device 40 audio/video end users. For example, an implementation option profit uses existing TV 50. However, it also assumes the possibility of replacing the TV specialized custom entertainment device, which integrates the CPU, hard drive, and possibly other components in a single package. Although shown lens 62 videos with automatic locking lid 63 of the lens and a retractable microphone 64 is advantageous convince the end user in his or her privacy and security, in other embodiments, the implementation is considered the recorder without such evidence of privacy. On the other hand, it is clear that the automatic locking lid 63 of the lens and a retractable microphone 64 will find wider application, which is not limited to the described medical communication systems. For example, automating the definition of a blocking cap 63 of the lens can be used in any situation, when is best to convince the subject to privacy and security, and can be used, for example, in cameras for studios that record children, the cameras used to take photos of drivers for use in driving permits, etc.

With continuing reference to Fig. 1, 3A and 3B, and with additional reference to Fig. 4, describes a typical work shows the medical communication system. Usually, the medical communication system is used to transfer content from the medical server 10 to the target end users. To this end, based on graphs 44 planning medical treatment, the server 10 transmits the pre-recorded audio/video content 70, aimed at a particular end user, by transmitting the pre-recorded audio/video content 70 to the device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user. For example, in IP/TCP is targeting accordingly is achieved by transmitting the pre-recorded audio/video content 70 to the device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user using the IP address of the device 40 to the target address. Alternatively, pre-recorded content may be stored in the set top box 56 targeted end-user, and medical with RVer 10 transmits the identification part of such pre-recorded content, want to view.

The choice of pre-recorded audio/video content 70 is based on graph 44 treatment planning in relation to health problems, treatment outcome, good health, etc. relevant to the target end user. For example, if the end user has heart problems, pre-recorded audio/video content 70 may include videos, exercises, lessons diets, instructions for taking medications, etc. Pre-recorded audio/video content 70 may also include encouraging messages. In some embodiments, implementation, pre-recorded audio/video content 70 is interactive in a structured form. For example, pre-recorded audio/video content 70 may include an interactive survey where the end user responds by entering the answers using the portable remote controller 60, and these structured responses are sent back to the medical server 10 via the Internet 14.

In the device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user pre-recorded audio/video content 70 is stored, for example, on the hard disk 58 and reproduced upon request of the end user. In testwuide approach the processor 54 provides a graphical user interface in cooperation with the TV 50, which allows the selective playback of pre-recorded audio/video content 70 taken from the medical server 10. For example, the processor 54 may be programmed to receive pre-recorded audio/video content 70 at night, when Internet usage is low, and preserves the pre-recorded audio/video content 70' on the hard disk 58. (In this description, the reference position with the strokes indicate the accepted audio/video). The user then turns on the television 50 and selects medical graphical user interface using the appropriate buttons on the power and choice to the portable remote controller 60. In response, the CPU 54 causes the display on the TV 50 menu from text and possibly graphics of items, including a list of audio/videopremiere, which includes, at least, adopted a pre-recorded audio/video content 70'.

Pre-recorded audio/video content 70, 70' is mostly one-way (i.e. from the server to the end user), with the possible structured responses, such as responses, possibly transmitted from the destination uses the user back to the medical server 10. However, in some cases, the end user may wish to send an unplanned or unstructured responses. For example, the end user can experience a new physiological symptom (for example, pain, numbness, lack of appetite and so on), which the end user wishes to inform the medical staff. As another example, after viewing a video on diets end user may have questions about whether there are some food.

Accordingly, the end user may initiate 80. In some embodiments, implementation, issue 80 may be a common question to be answer by the medical staff, which is available in the medical server 10. In other embodiments, implementation, issue 80 may be specifically addressed to a specific medical person such as a nurse assigned to the end user. Question 80 accordingly is formed by accessing the graphical user interface. For example, processor 54 may generate a graphical option (for example, button etc), marked, for example, "Send video message to the nurse Jones", and the end user generates a issue 80 by selecting this option, using a portable remote controller 60. GP is OS 80 may be addressed to a specific medical person (for example, nurse Jones) or a group of personnel (e.g., using an option labeled "Send video message to the nurse on the line"). Question 80 is sent via the Internet 14 and is accepted in the medical server 10, where the decision 82 whether appropriate medical person available in real time to answer this question.

If an addressable medical person is available in real time, you may initiate an audio/video conference or video call 84 in real time between the end user associated with the device 40 audio/video recording and playback for the initiating end user who sent the question 80, and a medical specialist. It is accordingly implemented in the medical server 10 by displaying audio/video call, 84 on the computer 24 and accordingly is implemented in the device 40 audio/video recording and playback for the initiating end user by displaying the audio/video content on the TV, 50 in either full screen mode or window, the display area of the "picture in picture" or other limited display area of the TV 50. The sound is appropriately provided through built-in speakers of the TV or through externally the e speakers or a surround sound system, operatively connected to the TV 50.

On the other hand, if no suitable staff available in real time to answer the question 80, the device 40 audio/video recording and playback for the initiating end user is informed about this. In response, the device 40 audio/video recording and playback for the initiating end user records audio/video message is 90, which is transmitted through the Internet 14 (schematically indicated in Fig. 1 by the arrow 92 in Fig. 1 and 4 for audio/video messages sent by the end user device with the IP address No. 2) on the medical server 10. The video is appropriately lens 62 videos with automatic lid 63 locking the lens, open in Fig. 3B to show the lens 62 (expressive informs the end user about what is going on record), and the audio is accordingly drawn by the microphone 64 is in its extended position, as shown in Fig. 3B (which again expressive informs the end user about what is going on record). The end user accordingly presses the selected remote control button 60 to start and stop recording. It is possible that after recording, graphical user interf is provides to the end user the option to playback audio/video messages 90 on the TV 50 before shipping. If it is unsatisfactory, then the end user can delete the recorded audio/video message is 90 and it is possible to record a new version. As soon as the end user is satisfied with the recorded audio/video message 90, he selects "Send" or other appropriately labeled with the management of the graphical user interface, and the processor 54 sends the recorded audio/video message 90 to the medical server 10 with the appropriate addressing information, such as IP address, e-mail address, MAC address, etc.

At the medical server 10, the received audio/video message 90' is stored and reproduced. For example, the received audio/video message 90' is usually saved up until appropriate medical person will not become available in real time to answer the question. Perhaps received audio/video message 90' is stored in the data file of the patient so that it could contact the doctor of the patient or other medical personnel for the diagnosis or graphing 44 treatment planning, etc. for Example, the Central processing unit (CPU) 20 appropriately implements system control and routing of audio/video, which receives an incoming received audio/video message 90', saves a copy of the received audio/video message 90' jelektronnom the patient's file in an electronic database 42 and sends a copy of the received audio/video message 90' in the queue of received messages for playback the next available medical person or directs a copy of the received audio/video message 90' mailbox video medical person who receives the audio/video message 90', if such information addressing is included in this message.

When an appropriate medical person is available, he or she reproduces a received audio/video message 90', for example, on a laptop computer 24. It's playing at the medical server 10, or, more specifically, the computer 24 can use specialized software playback. However, as a medical person usually relatively versed in computers, it is also assumed that the received audio/video message 90' directed medical specialist as e-mail attachment, which medical specialist plays by routine manipulations performed in a reader e-mail medical specialist (possibly working in conjunction with plug-in expansion or other associated software such as media player (playback software multimedia data)).

Preferably, the medical person records audio/video response 94, for example, using a camera 30, and recorded audio/video response 94 is transmitted through the Internet 14 (schematically indicated in Fig. 1 by the arrow 96 in Fig. 1 and 4 for audio is idiotica, sent back to the end user device with the IP address No. 2) on the originating device 40 audio/video recording and playback to the end user, where it is stored as an audio/videotut 94' with the queue and reproduced for the convenience of the end user. For example, a graphical user interface accordingly includes in the list of accepted audio/video response, which can be selected for playback by the end user using the portable device 60 remote control.

Shows an implementation option includes a choice of 84 call in real time, which is used if a suitable medical person is available in real time when you ask a question 80. In other embodiments, implementation, choice of video in real time is omitted (together with pass a decision 82), and each question is set as the audio/video message, and each response is recorded as audio/video response. It is also assumed that the decision-making 82 uses different criteria or synchronization; for example, it is assumed always to record audio/video message and initiate a video call only on the choice of medical persons. In this embodiment, for example, a medical person can PR is to build an audio/video message. If it is not urgent, it is appropriate recorded audio/video response. On the other hand, if the audio/video message indicates urgent problem, such as a medical symptom that can indicate a medical condition that requires rapid intervention, the medical person can initiate the call.

Advantageously, audio/video message 90, 90' allows the end user to convey non-verbal information through gestures, etc. in fact, some such non-verbal transmission may be unintentional, for example, receiving a medical person may be able to recognize aspects of the status of the end user of the video. For example, the end user may look pale or thin, or disoriented. As another option, if the patient believes that the medical emergency assistance may be close, he can leave the camera turned on, so that the medical person making the call, can see that the patient was unconscious or otherwise unable to respond. All of this is a significant advantage over the standard of audio-only telephone message used so far.

Usually, for audio/videotut 94, 94' is the lens 32 of the video camera 30 to capture the video meet the future health of the person. This approach advantageously provides the end user with personal contact, which can counteract the loneliness or depression. In some embodiments, implementation, however, it is assumed that the driving mechanism 38 avatars forms part video audio/videotut 94, 94' as a dynamic avatar simulating a medical specialist in the generated audio/responses 94, 94'. This avatar accordingly substituted for video recording responsible medical person. One situation in which dynamic avatar may be advantageous is when the medical server 10 is supported by different staff at different times. For example, a busy medical server can use the Bank responsible persons in such a way that each time the end user sends audio/video message, reply can, in General, different person. In this case, the avatar provides a compatible interface. In some other embodiments, implementation, video medical person is exposed, but the background is made with the possibility of providing more comfortable for the patient environment. For example, instead of displaying medical person in his or her actual surroundings, such as a hospital with other medical staff moving around, may be the inserted placeholder background through a digital video processing for displaying medical person in a quiet doctor's office, the library, a room for conversation or other more comfortable environments.

The systems and methods described with reference to Fig. 4, is also readily adaptable for use as a system or method call emergency medical care. In such scenarios, implementation, continuously supported by the medical centre or urgent care centre, staffed with nurses or other medical personnel trained to respond to calls for emergency medical assistance by calling 911, to receive medical information from the caller or take other emergency measures, when appropriate. In these variants of implementation, most of the calls are handled available to meet face-emergency (relevant shows the available nurse 82 in Fig. 4) through 84 call in real time. However, if the medical emergency centre is overloaded (that is, if there are attempts to handle more calls in the same time than there are responsible persons emergency), then the message is logged as an audio/video message 90, 90' and is maintained as long until there will be a responsible person emergency. For such a system responses emergency, the received message 90' should be automatically tagged with the MAC address or other ADR is som sending audio/video device so what responsible person emergency can quickly return to the caller. In addition, in this system, the answer emergency hardware at the place of residence, as shown in Fig. 3A and 3B, (including devices 50, 52 consumer electronics and set-top box 56) accordingly replaced by a more compact, preferably portable, system, such as powered by batteries device audio/video recording and playback, which is connected to the Internet 14 or other network through a wireless card or other wireless communication line. Cell phone with video call is one suitable portable audio/video device - in this case, the Internet 14 accordingly replaced by a cellular telephone network, and the addressing is carried out by means of phone numbers. The user can easily program the phone number of the emergency centre as a speed dial number (for example, the dialed by pressing "1"followed by "Send"), so that in situation of emergency assistance, the user can quickly query the system response emergency. Such systems response emergency have certain advantages over existing telephone systems response emergency in which a person who need the ü in emergency calm down, seeing the actual person instead of simply making a telephone voice response, and responsible person emergency can better understand the status of this person on the basis of visual appearance and visually perceived behavior.

With reference to Fig. 5, in some embodiments, the implementation of the portable remote controller 60 is a microphone 164, and a microphone 164 replaces the microphone 64 on or the set-top box 56. To enable transmission of the sound recorded by the microphone 164, remote controller 60 accordingly includes audioproducer 166 for audio, read by the microphone 164 in box 56. The output of the microphone 164 may be transmitted to the set-top box 56 in analog form or may be first digitized by a data processor (not shown) in the portable remote controller 60 and then transmitted to the set-top box 56 transmitter 166, which in such embodiments, the exercise may be, for example, a Bluetooth transmitter. The transmitted sound from this time is handled in the box 56 and is transmitted through the Internet 14 to the medical server 10 in the same way that the sound recorded by the microphone 64.

The transmitter 166 for transmitting a matter of sound can be the same as the transmitter used to transmit indications buttons 168 or friend is x touch controls of the remote controller 60, or may differ from it. For example, audioproducer 166 may be Bluetooth or radio frequency transmitter, while the buttons can be transferred using pulsed infrared transmitter. It is also assumed that the built-in microphone configured to transmit voice commands to the set-top box 56, or on TV 50, 52 DVD or other user of the entertainment device 50, 52, controlled by remote controller 60. This ability audible commands, using the appropriate software voice recognition performed on the portable remote controller 60 or the set-top box 56, or other receiving device 50, 52, 56, may be particularly useful for some patients who have limited physical mobility.

The advantage of the microphone 164 over the microphone 64 set top box is that the user can hold the microphone 164 close to his or her lips while recording. Because the microphone 164 embedded in the portable remote controller 60, this ensures that the microphone is easily accessible to the patient when he or she uses a medical communication system. In the case of painful man with a weak voice, the presence of the microphone 164, built-in remote controller 60, it may be more convenient and can create RM is sapis best quality compared with the relatively more remote microphone 64 set-top box.

In some embodiments, implementation, microphone 164 is used only for recording, either as an option or as a replacement function for described video messaging. For example, as an additional function, the microphone 164 can be used to record voice messages for medical staff. In some such embodiments, implementation, Protocol voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is used to send the message and save it in the server 10 to until it is removed and does not play by the medical staff. For example, the patient can press 170 "help Desk" to indicate that he or she wishes to send a voice message to the nurse or other medical person on the server 10. Alternatively, the ability of the speech recognition can be integrated in the remote control 60 or box 56 thus, in order to recognize the appropriate command verbal initiation, such as "help Desk" or "record". System properly responds by informing the patient (e.g., via a display on the television 50) that he or she must hold the button 170 "help Desk" and speak into the microphone 164 to write the message. The message can be transmitted in real time via VOIP to the server 10, or can be locally written in Telep is istance 56 and then passed.

The advantage illustrative send voice messages using a microphone 164 is that it allows the patient to send a one-way message to the medical staff. The patient may prefer this alternative to discuss with a medical person in real time. In some example, the patient can use medical communication system, when he accepts an invitation from a friend to go fishing the next day that interfere with the examination, scheduled plan 44 treatment of the patient. The patient accordingly presses the button 170 "help Desk", and the microphone 166 is activated. The patient leaves a voice message on the help Desk, indicating that the patient was scheduled to participate in the survey tomorrow, but what the patient wants to reschedule it for a day later. Note that the patient does not need to explain this change of plan, or to argue with the nurse about rescheduling, as the voice message is one-way communication with the patient. The box 56 is switched to the help Desk or otherwise establishes a VOIP or other appropriate connection to the server 10 for recording a voice message. As the patient speaks into the microphone 164, box 56 transmits a continuous voice stream of the patient (in the case of VOIP calls in real time) the server 10, where the voice of the patient is recorded and stored for later retrieval. After this, the patient is switched to normal use (or, alternatively, this switching is done automatically). The voice message is stored on the server 10 as a voice message or other audible audio file. The employee table using preferably checks voice mail or another audiochannels the help Desk at regular interval for playback of any audio messages in the queue, through a convenient user interface, such as computer speakers 24. Employee listens to the voice message and may, for example, decide that it is permissible to reschedule the inspection on the following day. Employee appropriately uses the information stored in the server 10 for the decision. On the other hand, if the answer of the patient or information is more critical (such as, for example, inform the help Desk stating that the patient plans to double the dosage of his or her drug), then the employee may send this message to the doctor, the patient or another person qualified to answer. The employee may be able to send a reply to a voice or video message back to the patient.

Shows a variant implementation of the help Desk uses the held microphone 164 and the Internet 14. However, instead, can be used other audio devices, such as a microphone 64 set-top box. Similarly, you may use a different data channel, such as a cellular telephone network.

1. Medical communication system, comprising: a device (40) audio/video recording and playback for the patient located at the patient receiving medical care, and includes a microphone (64), lens (62) video recording and automatic cover (63) lens made with the possibility of physical blocking of the lens of the video, and the microphone is made with the possibility of at least partial extension of the housing (56), and the lens cover is configured to physically unlock the lens with the knowledge and consent of the patient during the recording of audio/video content (90) and the microphone made with the possibility of retracting into the case otherwise, to convince the patient that the recording is not performed surreptitiously, without the knowledge and control of the patient; and medical server (10), configured to receive audio/video (90'), the generated audio/video of the patient, and the formation and transmission of audio responses (94) on the audio/video device, patient, and medical server includes a device (12) audio/video recording and playback, performed with the playback of received audio/video and recording audio responses, moreover, the device audio/video recording and playback for the patient performed with playback capability audio/responses (94')received from the server.

2. Medical communication system according to claim 1, in which the medical server (10) is additionally configured to identify or transmission of pre-recorded audio/video content (70) on the audio/video device of the patient in accordance with one or more having to do with medicine charts (44) treatment planning made for this patient.

3. Medical communication system according to claim 1, in which the device (40) audio/video recording and playback for a patient includes: a local memory (58)associated with the device (40) audio/video recording and playback for the patient to store received audio responses (94').

4. Medical communication system according to claim 1, in which the device (40) audio/video recording and playback for a patient includes: a digital processor (54), functionally associated with the TV (50) to display on the TV the video portion of the received audio/videoout (94') during playback.

5. Medical communication system according to claim 1, in which the device (40) audio/video recording and playback for the patient and the medical server (10) is additionally configured to provide two-way audio/video of the ligature (84) in real time.

6. Medical communication system according to claim 1, in which the medical server (10) additionally includes: subsystem (38) avatars made with the possibility of interaction with the device (12) audio/video recording and playback medical server (10)to include the modelling of the overall animation of the avatar in audio/responses (94, 94') from different medical specialists.

7. Medical communication system according to claim 1, in which the medical server (10) is additionally configured to save the received audio/video (90')generated by the audio/video device (40) of the patient in the patient records database (42) of the patients.

8. Medical communication system, comprising: a device (40) audio/video recording and playback for the patient located at the patient receiving medical care; and medical server (10), configured to receive audio/video (90'), the generated audio/video of the patient, and the formation and transmission of audio responses (94)formed by different medical specialists, audio/video device of a patient with a compatible interface, and a medical server includes: a device (12) audio/video recording and playback performed by the playback of received audio video and audio recording/responses, and the device is istwo audio/video recording and playback for the patient performed with playback capability audio/responses (94') from different medical specialists, received from the server, and
subsystem (38) avatars made with the possibility of interaction with the device (12) audio/video recording and playback medical server (10) to include the modeling of compliant animated avatar for each patient compliant medical specialist in audio/responses (94, 94'), formed by various medical professionals so that for each patient is compliant responsible medical officer.

9. The medical communication system of claim 8, in which the medical server (10) is additionally configured to identify or transmission of pre-recorded audio/video content (70) on the audio/video device of the patient in accordance with one or more having to do with medicine charts (44) treatment planning made for this patient.

10. The medical communication system of claim 8, in which the device audio/video recording and playback for a patient in a unilateral configuration is configured to receive and display audio/video content for both the patient and the device (40) audio/video recording and playback for the patient additionally includes: lens (62) videos; and
automatic cover (63) lens made with the possibility of a physical lock lens video one is corona configuration to convince the patient that that recording is not performed surreptitiously, without the knowledge and control of the patient, and unlock the lens in a bilateral configuration for expressive inform the destination of the patient about what is going on the record.

11. Medical communication method, working in conjunction with the medical communications network, comprising a device (40) audio/video recording and playback for the patient, which is an associate of the patient, and the medical server (10)that stores schedule (44) treatment planning for the patient and configured to transmit audio/video content (70) on the unit audio/video recording and playback of the patient according to the treatment planning, and medical communication method includes the steps are:
initiate by device audio/video recording and playback to the end-user request (80)passed by health communication network at the medical server and addressed to one or more medical specialists;
form, with the knowledge and consent of the end user, two-way audio/video call (84) in real time between the end user associated with the originating device audio/video recording and playback to the end user, and affordable health care professional; and
physically blocked from view lens (62) the video is of each device (40) audio/video recording and playback to the end user, when the above-mentioned lens video recording is not used with the knowledge and consent of the end user in order to persuade the end user's personal privacy,
record, in the absence of the affordable care specialist, audio/video message (90), which includes a video of the end user, the originating device audio/video recording and playback to the end user, pass (92) audio/video message on the medical server via the medical network and reproduce the audio/video message (90') at the medical server at a later time, when the medical officer is available.

12. Medical communication method according to claim 11, further comprising steps in which: after you play the recording audio/video response (94) one or many different health professionals at the medical server (10),
provide a consistent interface for audio/videotut,
includes General entertainment avatar representing
different medical specialists;
transmit (96) audio/video response to the initiating device (40) audio/video recording and playback to the end user; and reproduce the audio/video response (94') in the originating device audio/video recording and playback to the end user.

13. The medical system is EMA communications which carries out the method according to any of § § 11 and 12.



 

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