1 Facemask Recognition Option: Airborne transmission is the number one way Cornoavirus is spread. Denying access to anyone not wearing a face mask will greatly reduce potential exposure to others.
2 Trusted Brand: A lot of unknown brands are producing cheap solutions which will not be supported once demand reduces. This means that the monitor is redundant if it is damaged or breaks down.
3 Adjustable Temperature Range: The ability to increase the temperature range for seasonal colds and flu will help to minimise false alerts.
4 Buy From An Established Supplier: Pop-up companies do not tend to stand the test of time. Protect your investment by purchasing from a company with a proven track record.
5 Option To Connect To Access Control +/ Nurse Call: Taking a temperature is only the first step, what happens when an abnormal temperature is detected? Consider the next step, local alarm, notify a member of staff, deny access to the visitor – there are many options.
6 Time & Attendance & Facial Recognition: Having a multi-function device allows you the freedom to make the most of the technology right now or in the future.
7 No-Touch Access Control: Infection is also spread through touch. Minimise touch points by enabling doors to automatically unlock once visitors or staff members meet requirements.
For expert advice on a Temperature Monitoring Solution for your workplace, please call us on 0818 480 480.
In view of the current situation in relation to Coronavirus (Covid-19) we wish to reassure customers that we are taking the necessary steps to ensure that service calls are carried out safely and that systems continue to be maintained during this challenging time.
Please be assured that our technicians will adhere to the protocols of nursing homes, hospitals and care centres as advised prior to / on arrival to site.
We will be contacting each customer prior to any scheduled service visit to assess the situation and make the necessary arrangements for visiting the site safely.
Please don’t hesitate to call us on 0818 480 480 or email email@example.com if you have any queries or concerns.
A true next-generation enterprise-wide platform for the
Responder Workflow solution has been introduced by Rauland, offering a secure,
scalable and highly available solution that creates optimised clinical
workflows and enables hospitals to optimise their patient outcomes.
Rauland Responder Enterprise introduces new capabilities
that bring about the application and standardisation of workflows and care models
across the healthcare organisation. This capability helps produce consistent
and repeatable outcomes, while supporting seamless growth and integrations.
The revolutionary Responder Enterprise platform can
dramatically decrease IT costs, while increasing security, availability and the
ease of scalability. The platform’s dashboards and reports display the overall
nurse call ecosystem, the measurement of staff engagement and use of the system,
as well as the health of the ecosystem itself.
For Clinical Teams
The innovative technology and powerful integrations of
Responder Enterprise help organisation enforce and standardise best practices.
These optimised practices and procedures can easily be propagated across an
entire enterprise, with ample opportunity for departmental customisation.
As a result, organisations can realise higher patient
safety, improved staff satisfaction as well as more efficient and timely
responses to patient needs.
The Responder Enterprise clinical application creates a more
personalised experience for care teams, while delivering real-time information
right to their fingertips. The Enterprise templates and workflows allow
hospitals to standardise their technology and care models, while minimising time
spent bringing in a new system.
One of the most common questions
we get is an obvious one: “How much does a wander management system cost?”
While there is no hard and fast price, as the cost can vary widely depending on
configuration and other variables, we wanted to discuss this important topic
and provide as much information as possible. Here’s what to consider:What are important considerations when evaluating the cost of a wander management system?
COST OF THE SYSTEM
The hardware and equipment for
the wander management system is the main cost for a healthcare facility. This
cost can vary greatly depending on a community’s size and needs, such as the
number of doors protected, alert sophistication, resident ID capabilities and
Accutech offers two ResidentGuard
wander management systems, the LC 1200 and the LS 2400.
Communities with a smaller
wandering population that just need basic door security are a perfect fit for
the LC 1200 system. It’s an entry-level wander management solution with basic
door alarm, alert and resident tag capabilities.
Larger communities with more
residents benefit from the additional capabilities of the LS 2400 system, with
a plethora of integration and configuration options to fit any facility’s
needs. Additional features include ID and photo capabilities for door alerts
(to see who the resident is), reporting options, custom floor plans, nurse call
integration and much more.
It’s important to consider
installation costs when implementing a wander management system, as they can
also differ, depending on factors such as location, the number of hours on
site, configuration and building structure. We will carry out a site survey
before providing a proposal so clients can be confident that the price quoted
will not increase.