Reblog: 8 Things to Think About When Choosing Your Infant Protection System

Bringing a baby into the world is a joyous event. But the threat of infant abduction is still a very real one. “A report in the United States by the Federal Bureau of Investigation found that 68.1% of infant abductions occur in hospital.” Since 1983, 132 infant abductions have occurred in hospitals, whether in the mother’s room, the nursery, or the pediatric floor. And abductors can be anyone (relatives or…

Wireless Nurse Call System -Advantages for Patients and Staff

Esperti brings to you Wireless Nurse Call Systems made by Medicare of UK. Whether your facilities are large or small, the wireless nurse call system will fulfil your needs. Some of the advantages of deploying a wireless nurse call system are described below. Wireless Nurse Call System Advantages: Compatibility: One of the wireless nurse call system advantages is its compatibility. Whether you are looking to purchase the whole updated system…

Reblog: The Benefit of Nurse Call Systems

Wireless paging systems have made communication so much easier in a variety of industries but most especially in the hospital setting. In a place where mere seconds could mean the difference between life and death, having a reliable communications system in place is invaluable. The use of nurse call systems extends beyond the hospital environment also. These wireless systems can be used anywhere that there is an ill-stricken or elderly…

Repost: Government de-licenses the use of very low frequency bands for the automotive industry

MUMBAI: The government has de-licensed certain very low-frequency bands for the automotive industry, a decision that could help in making connected and safer vehicles in a country where more than 1.4 lakh people die every year in road accidents. Car makers can use this frequency through a radar-based system and offer advanced driver assistance features like blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning. These features are already…

Reblog: Non Compliance is Like Driving without Insurance

Staying Compliant helps companies avoid risks like Imprisonment of Directors Heavy Fines Loss of Business Reputation Cancellation of Licenses/Registration High Litigation Costs It is better for companies to understand the risks associated with non-compliance with various statutory and regulatory compliance. Depending on the type of business and geographical presence there are various types of compliance responsibilities that companies are required to fulfil. Some of these responsibilities are periodic and involve…

Reblog: How Vigilant are You about Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is a hot topic, as it should be. With growing amounts of personal data being stored online, we should all be taking security of our online presence seriously. It seems, however, that while Americans do not trust modern institutions to protect their data, they are neither vigilant in their private security measures nor do they consider cybersecurity a top worry. According to the Pew Research Center, approximately half of…

Reblog: How Secure is your Messaging App? 7 Questions and 4 Examples

Support it or not, the collection and selling of information has emerged as one of the most lucrative industries of the 21st century, accompanied by a growing violation of personal privacy. Naturally, then, using a secure messaging app has become a growing concern for consumers and businesses alike. What then makes for a secure messaging app? Let’s take a look at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the leading non-profit in “defending…

Reblog: Ex-Jeffries Banker Fined for ‘Boasting’ WhatsApp Messages

While the service provided by WhatsApp is free of charge, one British user was caught sending some particularly costly messages. Christopher Niehaus, former managing director in the Investment Banking division at the global investment banking firm Jeffries, has been fined £37,000 ($46,000) for sharing confidential information via the popular messaging app. According to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the UK regulator that issued the fine late last month, Niehaus shared…

Reblog: Modern nurse call systems are capable of providing much more than nurse call

On the surface, a nurse call system seems like a straight-forward, almost universally understood concept. Indeed, when they hear the phrase “nurse call,” most people who have worked in healthcare will visualize the same things: dome lights, tones emanating through corridors, and patients using their pillow speakers to change television channels from their beds. They also will picture the chaos of a nurse station while someone speaks to a patient…

Reblog: Value of the new nurse call systems in hospitals

For many years hospitals have been working hard to eliminate communication challenges and improve nursing workflows. Whether it’s locating a nurse, or responding to a patient’s request for more pain medication — it has been notoriously time consuming and difficult to streamline these workflows. One of the approaches to resolving this is through the implementation of a unified nurse calling system. This solution offers a way for nurses and patients…