Saturday, February 4, 2012

Invention Catches Hospital Errors

Hospitals need technological innovations to recognize mistakes before it's too late.  The level of human error in hospitals is probably greater than reported says Innovation Institute LLC.

Innovation Institute's Steven Kays invented Adaptive Tracker TM which recognizes when medical practitioners might be making a human error. Innovation Institute's invention analyzes what the doctor or nurse are doing.  When they fall outside the normal "paradigm", the Innovation Institute invention will further analyze what is happening via the Medical Matrix TM system and database.

Adaptive Tracker will notify needed people when it determines there is a high probability for human error.

Until Innovation Institute gets funding for manufacturing this invention in California, hospitals will have to rely more on older medical safe guards and other problems such as in this link

Programmers who can launch the needed software may get free US patent rights.

Call 707 428-5000 For More On Inventions Which Catch Hospital Mistakes.

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