Essence SmartCare announced that ADT Security Australia, a leading provider of security monitoring services, has selected its Care@Home Enhanced Telecare Services Platform to expand ADT’s Health and Wellness services offering in Australia. ADT Security Australia is part of Johnson Controls, the global leader in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings. This partnership was facilitated in conjunction with HSC Technology Group.
Panasonic i-PRO Sensing Solutions Corporation of America announces the launch of i-PRO Secure VA Hospitals. The new initiative recognizes and supports VA hospitals and healthcare facilities with a comprehensive program of integrated surveillance and security solutions that delivers the tools, technology and support needed to keep organizations safe and secure. The i-PRO Secure VA Hospital program provides a wide range of solutions that can be tailored to meet each facility’s needs.
Alcatraz has partnered with TRL Systems to sell and market Alcatraz’s security solutions. Headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and with regional offices in Burbank, Tustin, and San Diego, TRL Systems is a leading provider of fire life safety and security integration solutions for a variety of industry segments including their specialty, healthcare, as well as education, industrial, hospitality, government, entertainment, and transportation.
March announced a new solution to help enterprise businesses manage new health and safety compliance regulations in the COVID-19 era. The company’s Health Compliance Solution delivers a suite of new features to help banks, retailers, restaurants, schools and other businesses monitor and measure occupancy in real-time, rapidly detect individuals who may pose a potential risk, and ensure compliance with new cleaning and sanitization procedures.
Dortronics Systems offers a comprehensive line of door control products that combine to provide laboratory and research facility management with comprehensive solutions to better protect clean rooms with harmful contagions. Products include touchless and waterproof switches, motion sensor door releases, and maglocks of all sizes and holding strengths, and customized door interlock controls. Dortronics clean room door control solutions include touchless and waterproof switches.
Maxxess Systems has announced a new application for the Maxxess InSite™ Response Coordination System specifically designed to help organizations manage health risks to their staff and visitors. If someone is found to be sick, the system can immediately survey all other employees to determine who might have been in contact with that person for the protection of the other employees.
3xLOGIC announced its continuing support and sponsorship of Bolt for the Heart, which promotes several events that raise funds to place automated external defibrillators in the hands of first responders, free of charge, as well as train staff on successful AED usage. On Thanksgiving Day, over 3,500 people gathered to support the 8th Annual Bolt for the Heart 5K Run/Walk in Carmel, IN. Team 3xLogic, a silver sponsor of the event, joined the fun to raise money and help raise awareness for heart disease education.
10ZiG Technology® has been successfully providing lightning fast, easy access to patient records and healthcare information for doctors and professionals with its Imprivata® OneSign Single-Sign-On (SSO) Certification and compatibility through Proximity Reader technology, and has now mastered support to include Fingerprint Reader technology. This cutting edge compatibility has been tested and perfected with 10ZiG Citrix and VMware based Clients, and its latest 10ZiG 5900q Series Client, the first in the industry to fully support a triple-monitor 4K UHD setup at the absolute highest performance levels, never seen before.
Titan HST announced it entered a strategic multi-year contract valued at approximately $300 million with Titan Global, LLC, a full-service security provider specializing in emergency management and private security. Titan Global, which is owned and operated by law enforcement and military professionals, will roll out the Titan HST communications system to its security workforce and, subsequently, its clients covering countless high-profile sites and tens of millions of customers, effective immediately.
SecuraTrac® has created the MobileDefender™ Model S (MD-S), an mPERS device that can be integrated into Mass Notification Systems (MNS) to create new channels of communication and enhance response potential during an emergency. Integrating an MNS with the SecuraTrac mobile safety platform enables organizations to incorporate more detail in the event of an emergency because there can be a two-way dialogue about the event. Then more specifics about what to do, where to go, how to remain safe, etc. can be built into the MNS.
While the aging population rises with the declining birth rate, healthcare has become a crucial issue all over the world. Security in and around the healthcare institution is always a major concern due to the open nature of these places and the sensitivity of hospital operations. To protect the staff, patients, visitors, as well as the assets in many areas in the hospital, the security requirements are much more stringent than those in regular surveillance applications. Being a professional solution provider in vertical application, Surveon offers complete healthcare solutions, including high-resolution cameras, enterprise hardware RAID NVR, as well as enterprise VMS with real-time video analytics (VA) to detect forbidden area access like patient rooms, protecting the patients and staff from potential risks.
2014 marked the year of the largest outbreak of Ebola– one of the deadliest diseases mankind has faced. When the World Health Organization categorized the epidemic as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern last August, hospitals across the United States acted quickly to increase safety measures. One hospital in New York was fast-tracked to set up a temporary Ebola ward, in case an Ebola patient who arrived at JFK Airport needed to be rushed over to their center.
In several hospitals and other healthcare sectors, surveillance has become a dependable tool for security development.
This is along with the cost control abilities it provides. Hospital surveillance cameras may work to protect the patients and hospital employees from security breaks, and offer useful visual evidence, which could be utilized for boosting productivity and for preventing dishonest claims.
Xentry Systems Integration, a systems integrator focused on delivering best-in-class security solutions and healthcare technologies, today announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Ascom (US) Inc. to streamline delivery of the company’s mission critical healthcare communications solutions to Xentry customers.
Elpas, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco (NYSE: TYC), has introduced a new version of its Infant Protection Bracelet, part of its Infant Protection Solution. The Infant Protection Solution consists of a small, baby-friendly Active RFID Tag, and the Elpas Charm that, when used as part of the Infant Protection Bracelet, enables wireless deterrence of infant abduction and mother-baby mismatch in maternity, obstetrics, neonatal, and pediatric departments from the time of birth/admittance until discharge.
This fall, Columbus Community Hospital will be introducing a biometric patient identification system developed by PatientSecure. The palm vein recognition solution will ensure correct medical records are used for each patient and speed up the registration process, according to a report by ColumbusTelegram.com. Using palm vein recognition to identify patients, the PatientSecure scanner’s infrared light […]
Hospital security teams could start wearing body-worn video cameras on uniforms to record violent and threatening incidents. It follows a successful two-week trial of a body-worn camera by security workers at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton. It is hoped the scheme could be rolled out across Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust […]
Tyco Security is on an aggressive mode to tap the Indian healthcare space to provide advanced Elpas Location Based Tracking solutions to trace not just people but medical assets. Elpas is a brand of Tyco Security Products known for location-based tracking and intrusion solutions in the security industry. In fact Tyco’s portfolio is one of […]
February 22, 2014 — Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 22, 2014 CareVia ( http://www.CareVia.com ), the premier provider of remote patient monitoring and communications, and the Intelligent Hospital, a subsidiary of the RFID in Healthcare Consortium, today announced that CareVia will be the official video safety and biometric patient monitoring platform for the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion at HIMSS 2014 in Orlando, Fla., from Feb. 23-26, 2014. As the healthcare landscape shifts to value-based care, the importance of making patient biometric data available in real-time has become increasingly important to the success of clinical and wellness organizations. A simple solution to a complex problem, CareVia automates key elements of remote population monitoring, management and communication, allowing for a real-time bi-directional flow of data, insights and communications. An end-to-end software solution, CareVia provides a secure means to acquire, transmit, store and access biometric patient information remotely at the hospital, in the home or on the go. As part of its service suite, CareVia also provides integrated HIPAA-compliant video conferencing and safety surveillance. With over 7,000 visitors last year, the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion is one of the most popular attractions at HIMSS, and will provide exciting demonstrations and use cases of health information technology from multiple collaborating vendors. At the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion, CareVia will be showcasing its remote monitoring and video safety platform. The operating rooms, intensive care unit, patient recovery rooms, cardiovascular center and home will be wired with CareVias monitoring technology. The video footage will be streamed in real-time […]
Neil Webb HANOVER, N.H. — DESPITE the intensely personal moments that happen in hospitals, patient privacy can be elusive. Hospitals are multimillion-dollar corporations that look like shopping malls and function like factories. Doctors knock on exam room doors to signal they are about to enter — not to ask permission. The curtain that encircles the hospital bed always lets in a crack of light. Yet we do expect some degree of privacy in hospitals. We trust doctors with our secrets in part because they take a 2,000-year-old Hippocratic oath to respect our privacy, an oath enforced by laws like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act . But sometimes, doctors have to weigh patients’ privacy against their health and safety, and that’s when things get complicated. The use of video monitoring — covert or disclosed, of patients or providers — has proliferated as high-quality, inexpensive technology has become increasingly accessible. The possibilities range from watching elderly patients at risk of falling in their rooms to recording doctors and nurses at sinks to make sure they’re washing their hands. My hospital, where I am chairman of the bioethics committee, recently wrestled with the question of where patient and family privacy ends. Nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit (N.I.C.U.) worried that a premature infant, whom I’ll call Rickie to protect his identity, was being harmed by his parents. Rickie had been released a week earlier from our hospital to a penniless couple in their early 20s whom Child Protection Services […]