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Previous value: `# Problem
We were building an application that notifies nearby first responders about a resuscitation emergency. The app would find an optimal path to a nearest AED and to the patient. When there are multiple responders the app should be able to divide work between them.
We created a mobile application with simple and intuitive design. Everyone can register as a first responder either with CPR knowledge or without it. Based on that the app decides your tasks when the emergency arises. We synchronize important data into FHIR. Responders are synchronized as Persons and cardiac arrest incidents are synchronized as Encounters. Once the patient is transported to the hospital, the Encounter can be easily assigned to a Patient.
We believe that our impact will be vast, because really everyone can take part. Not just people with CPR training, but even regular citizens. The usage of our solution is very easy even for the emergency service (155). We have a REST API endpoint that takes a GPS point of the emergency incident and our solution will do the rest.
We already managed to implement core functionality and have a ready-to-test prototype. Our advantage is that we don’t need any kind of special hardware. The app can run on any smartphone. During the hackathon we also called with people from Záchranka (app) and exchanged info about further cooperation.
# What is new about your solution?
The rescue mission is planned individually based on a skillset of the first responders taking part. If there are multiple rescuers the application will send the CPR capable rescuers directly to the patient, while the others fetch the AED or help with navigating the ambulance.
# What comes next and what you wish to achieve
The app would benefit from a section with CPR instructions, training video and CPR courses. We laid the groundwork for integration with emergency services. In the future we would like to improve the scheduling even more. For example by re-assigning other tasks based on how many other first responders join the rescue mission. Or recognize first responders driving a car and benefit from that.
We would also like to implement a scenario where the user is driving and act accordingly.`
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