A baby's life was saved in Post Falls, Idaho, in early September by a mechanic who learned of the child's emergency from a smartphone app developed at Northern Kentucky University.
PulsePoint Response was released in 2011 and has been implemented in more than 600 communities, according to PulsePoint president and founder Richard Price.
Post Falls mechanic and volunteer EMT Jeff Olson learned about the baby's situation through PulsePoint Response and immediately went to help. The smartphone app notified Olson of the situation because the GPS on his phone signaled that he was less than two blocks away.
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An app developed by Northern Kentucky University has been named a top heart disease app of the year by Healthline.com.
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HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. - Since the initial collaboration between the San Ramon Valley Fire Department and NKU's Center for Applied Informatics, the life-saving PulsePoint mobile app continues to grow in adoption across the country. With major cities such as Los Angeles and Cleveland rolling out implementations last year, PulsePoint has made its way to the East Coast. New York's Suffolk County Fire Rescue Emergency Services launched to rave reviews last week.
Read more at the LongIsland.com website.