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h"p://www.cs.washington.edu/educa3on/courses/cse490d/11sp/ Encouraging preventive care: Diabetes risk
 

Summary: h"p://www.cs.washington.edu/educa3on/courses/cse490d/11sp/
Encouraging preventive care: Diabetes risk
screening by community health workers
Our Solutions
Over-the-Phone Community Interpretation
Step 1 - Client sends SMS to service from any cell phone
Step 2 - SMS fielded by server, which finds available
interpreters (or responds to client explaining upcoming
availability)
Step 3 - Server sends SMS to available interpreters, who
have Android phones running our application
Step 4 - Application on interpreters' phones gets SMS
and displays request
Step 5 - Interpreters confirm or reject request. First
confirmation back to the server wins.
Step 6 - Server sends phone number of the client to
winning interpreter, and interpreter's Android phone
places call back to client (client's phone sees blocked
Caller ID, not interpreter's phone number).
Mitigating language barriers: Over-the-phone

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences