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Jo Melinna Giannini: Method and system encoding and processing alternative healthcare provider billing. Richard C Litman, June 22, 1999: US05915241 (108 worldwide citation)

A system for encoding and encompassing healthcare provider billing, more particularly, a computer assisted network for encoding, documenting and processing claims for payment of specific procedures by alternative therapy providers, grouped geographically and by specialty. The system employs a comput ...


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Bryan R Chambers: Remote controller for activating speech messages and for contacting emergency services. Richard C Litman, February 4, 1992: US05086391 (108 worldwide citation)

A medical alert system for domestic use wherein the system is comprised of two major components, a device worn about the neck and a home computer. The device worn about the neck and the home computer reciprocally communicate with one another to provide the wearer of the device, as well as an attenda ...


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Kevin Callen: Method and system for e-commerce and related data management, analysis and reporting. Gershman Brickner and Bratton, Richard C Litman, April 29, 2003: US06556976 (107 worldwide citation)

A system transacting e-commerce and related data management, analysis and reporting includes a database, first and second clients, and first through fourth servers communicatively connected to an internet network. The database stores a variety of information relating to customers and has a cost redu ...


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John P Gillig: Multipurpose golf club. Elizabeth P Gillig, Richard C Litman, March 11, 2003: US06530848 (106 worldwide citation)

A golf club is modified by substantially hollowing out the entire portion or a predominant portion of the club head before purchase. The placement of the position of the weight can now be placed to increase or decrease clockwise spin, counter-clockwise spin, and backspin of the golf ball propelled b ...


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David P Ainsburg: Visual accident prevention system. Richard C Litman, January 18, 1994: US05280555 (104 worldwide citation)

The visual accident prevention system relates to accident prevention through the use of a lens system, a fiberoptic cable system and a display device system. A lens system is placed on each side of the vehicle, at the very least, on the front portion of the vehicle, and, preferably, on the front por ...


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Michael C W Lee: Golf club head. Richard C Litman, November 20, 2001: US06319149 (101 worldwide citation)

An improved golf club head constructed having a hitting face or cushioned insert, crown and a sole. An interlocking bridge is formed between the crown and hitting face to reduce vibrations upon impact with a golf ball. Various metals are used in the construction and are joined together at the sole f ...


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Carl Douglas Hayes Jr, Lucy Johnson Hayes, Laura Yelder Johnson: Method for manipulating images. BGK International Incorporated, Richard C Litman, September 4, 2001: US06283858 (100 worldwide citation)

A system and method is disclosed for manipulating images. The system includes a digital computer, input and output peripherals, and a program which provides a plurality of functions for manipulating various images. The images are processed to generate unique objects which may be modified by an opera ...


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Dymytro Skybyk: Polyphase brushless DC and AC synchronous machines. Richard C Litman, August 2, 1994: US05334899 (98 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to high-density discoidal brushless induction open frame motors and generators with multistacking, multiphasing and multistaging capability. These motors may be in the range from 10 hp to 25,000 hp or more and these generators may range from 10 kVA to 10 megawatts or more. Rar ...


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Ravi C Krishnan: Cluster key arrangement. Richard C Litman, April 23, 2002: US06377685 (98 worldwide citation)

A cluster key arrangement may be mechanically configured or electronically configured. The cluster key arrangement may include twelve cluster keys configured in an arrangement of three columns by four rows, such as conventionally found on standard telephones. The cluster key arrangement may also be ...


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Robert E Delk, Sharon D Cheatwood, Michael L Bowen: Universal tube lumen catheter holder. Struckmeyer Corporation, Richard C Litman, March 8, 1994: US05292312 (97 worldwide citation)

A medical conduit holder for securing medical conduits to the skin of a patient is made of two major portions. The first portion is a base plate or patch for adhesively securing to the skin. The second portion is a strap which wraps back through a slot in the strap to fully encircle the conduit or g ...