Patent published on July 13, 2023

New System Prioritizes Emergency Calls Based on Health Data - Unify Patente Reveals Groundbreaking Solution

It is no surprise that emergency services are some of the busiest and most important services in any country. But what is surprising is that many of the calls they receive are not as urgent as they seem. In fact, many calls don't even provide much information about the situation.

That's why Unify Patente, a technology giant, has come up with a groundbreaking solution. It has developed a system that can prioritize emergency calls based on health data. This system helps emergency services quickly figure out which calls should be handled first, even if the person on the phone doesn't provide much detail.

The system utilizes health data to determine the severity of the incident. This health data includes information such as the age of the person, their underlying medical conditions, and whether they have any allergies or other medical complications. This data is then used to create a priority score for the call. Based on this score, the call is routed to the most appropriate emergency service or personnel.

Here's an example. Say, for instance, that a person calls an emergency service and all they can provide is their age and underlying medical conditions. The system can use this information to determine if the person is at risk of a stroke or heart attack. If they are, the system can prioritize the call and route it to the appropriate personnel.

The system can also be used to prioritize calls that don't involve medical emergencies. For instance, if a person calls to report a fire, the system can use the location data to determine the severity of the fire and prioritize the call accordingly.

The best part about this system is that it can be used without any human intervention. This means that it can be used 24/7 and without any manual input from the emergency service personnel. This helps them save time and resources and focus on more urgent calls.

This patent is a great example of how technology can be used to make life easier and make sure that people get the help they need as soon as possible. While this patent is currently filed with Unify Patente, there is no guarantee that it will make it to the market. However, if it does, it could revolutionize the way emergency services prioritize calls and help them get to the people who need help the most.

At the end of the day, Unify Patente has created a patent that could potentially revolutionize the way emergency services prioritize calls. While it is still in the patent stage, the potential for this technology is great. Hopefully, Unify Patente will be able to make this technology a reality and help people in need get the help they need quickly and efficiently. Patent number US20230225009A1.

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