Crisis telediagnosis mobile app

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Screenshots of the Triage4G mobile app (Android) - live video-conferencing & real-time matching between first responders/crisis victims and remote physicians for telediagnosis. Presented at the Clear …

Screenshots of the Triage4G mobile app (Android) - live video-conferencing & real-time matching between first responders/crisis victims and remote physicians for telediagnosis. Presented at the Clear WiMAX Symposium, Stanford University, June 15, 2010.

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  • 1. Crisis Telediagnosis – Emergency Response
      • 4G video conferencing and remote matching application:
      • diagnosis and ongoing support; physician and patient are mobile
      • Team: Cindy Chen, John Craig, Christie English, Hong Guo, Art Snow, Melanie Swan
  • 2. Crisis Telediagnosis application flow
      • 1. First responder launches Triage4G app and inputs Triage Tag data. GPS data used to create case number. Real-time remote physician match requested.
  • 3. Crisis Telediagnosis application flow
      • 2. Physician receives SMS notification and logs in to the Triage4G app via smartphone or desktop
    Image credit: http://mobihealthnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/levy.jpg
  • 4. Crisis Telediagnosis application flow
      • 3. With the match complete, the first responder’s screen updates with the case number and a button to Launch Qik. The doctor’s screen updates to the first responder’s Qik page and then the live video stream begins.
    Video credit: http://qik.com/jcraig9 Doctor First Responder