Healthcare and Hospitals

Baby Match technology signals each baby is with the correct mother.

As a medical facility, you are responsible for each patient; from the time they enter your doors until they are discharged. Is your security system up to that responsibility? In a medical facility setting, risks are everywhere. We have the technology to help you minimize risk in most all areas of your facility with historical documentation in the areas listed below. We customize the system to meet your needs and requirements in a particular area or the entire hospital. Additionally, our system provides historical documentation for all of the services listed below to aid with industry compliance, risk management, and loss prevention. Call today for a demonstration and experience the reality of how much the EV2 system can do for your organization.
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Call for Help & Patient Safety

Patient Call Video

  • Exact location of a patient is known at any given time
  • Wireless nurse call should a patient need help
  • Documentation of response time to patient (This information can be a great marketing fact for collateral pieces.)
  • Documentation of who responded to patient’s help call
  • Staff can call for help with a patient and/or for themselves
  • Medications are accessed by authorized staff only, with documentation of who and when
  • Medication is monitored and alerts provided when appropriate temperature is not maintained for medications required to be refrigerated
  • Documentation that caregivers’ hands are washed before and after being with each patient to decrease the spread of infections and disease

 

Mother/Baby Match

  • Babies are matched only to the correct mother
  • Nurses are alerted when they are at the correct mother’s room with the correct baby
  • Alerts are announced and areas locked when a baby is close to exit doors and elevators prior to discharge

 

Access Control

  • Entry to designated areas is limited to approved staff and/or visitors
  • Documentation of who entered a specific area and amount of time in that area
  • When transporting a patient on a gurney and/or wheelchair, doors open automatically to authorized staff

 

Asset Tracking

  • Alert notification when designated equipment is about to be removed from a specific area
  • Documentation when equipment is in/out of service (i.e., IV monitor, wheelchair, etc.)
  • Alerts when a piece of equipment is due for maintenance (i.e., IV monitors, etc.)
  • Notification if equipment is moving (in-use) or static and location

 

Staff Management

  • Documentation of time staff is with each patient
  • Documentation of time logs of billable staffs’ time (i.e., physical and respiratory therapist, etc.) and the patient whom they are assisting
  • Documentation that caregivers’ hands are washed before and after being with each patient to decrease the spread of infections
  • Documentation of response time to patient (This information can be a great marketing fact for collateral pieces.)
  • Documentation of who responded to patient’s help call

 

Fire System Inspections

Fire systems

Fire systems notify first responders immediately if a fire occurs.

With our fire system, should a fire occur, the system triggers a fire alert and immediately notifies first responders. Multiple buildings can be linked together wireless and/or network for one reporting system… saving money on phone lines and monitored accounts.

Fire system inspections are required on a yearly basis. Contact us to set up an appointment. We can usually schedule an inspection within the week.

We have a wealth of experience customizing systems for the unique needs of medical facilities

  • General hospital facilities
  • Mental Health facilities
  • Maternity Units
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU)
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Units (PICU)
  • Intensive (ICU) and Critical Care (CCU) units