What it does
It is a platform that will reduce the amount of unnecessary physical interaction between nurses and patients by digitizing several common tasks. We created a website that will store all the patients’ past date, live data, and current needs/wants. The website will be accessible for the patients’ relatives if they want to see a live stream of the member or just look at the events planned. The website will also be in the patient’s room and the patient can send a request for a nurse or request for a call from a family member. There will also be an audio queue for a specific time when the patient must take his medicine. Furthermore, the nurse can access this patient’s website and be able to change/ add/ remove any events planned for the patient. She could further assure that the patient is taking the proper medicine at specific times with the livestream. Finally we also have some simple hardware we could connect to the platform in order to keep track of the patient’s catheter and in-bed status.
How we built it
Challenges we ran into
Sending automated emails to a specific gmail using smtplib and EmailMessage libraries in Python.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Finishing our First Hackathon without giving up Learning the basics of front end in one fay. Creating a working prototype that we can display.
What we learned
We learnt how to make a project as a team and how to be able to use everyone’s technical background as a tool to make the project more effective.
What's next for DataCare : Care, Redefined.
The final project will be complete after a fully functioning user-interface has been implemented for the nurses programs in Python. Finishing the website for a specific patient after we are able to buy a domain. Furthermore, implement identical websites for several patients controlled by one head nurse whose python program runs for all the patients she has simultaneously. As well as inserting an alarm button in the patients’ website which will set off if a medication has not been taken before a specific time.