Reblog: Introducing Automatic Tag Transfers: Gain Flexibility and Enhanced Security

It’s your job to know where your patients are and that they are safe, secure, and well-cared for. Maybe you run a senior-living facility where “at-risk” residents desire to move freely but need to be protected. Or you oversee a pediatric floor where children may get up and wander freely. Or maybe you work on an obstetric floor where infant abduction and baby-mother mismatch are still potential threats. No matter…

Reblog: Less Risk, More Freedoms with Waterproof Tags

Your patients are your focus, and while safety is a priority you also want to make sure they have freedoms and comforts. It’s easy to take every day activities for granted, but for your patients these little things mean the most. Something that sounds simple, like taking a bath, isn’t as simple for a resident or patient who needs assistance and monitoring. With a sophisticated security band on their wrist…

Reblog: Putting Patient Care and Comfort First

From the moment a patient enters your facility, their safety, comfort, and care are what matter most. But all too often patient safety means more time managing a system and less time focusing on your patients—and it shouldn’t. Patient safety should be simple. A good security solution should allow nurses and staff to provide the best care for their patients and impose little to no disruptions to a patient’s day-to-day…

Reblog: Ways to Ensure Secure Communication Inside Your Business

As threats to data security become more widespread, the need to standardize solid cybersecurity measure in also becomes more crucial. In a recent report by CyberSecurity Ventures, it was revealed that global annual cybercrime will grow from $3 trillion in 2015 to $6 trillion annually by 2021 – encompassing damage and destruction of data, stolen money, lost productivity, theft of intellectual property, theft of personal and financial data, embezzlement, fraud,…

Reblog: 3 Critical Features to Look for in a Wander Guard System

When selecting a wander guard system for your community, there are actually many important factors to consider. You want to make sure that the wandering system you choose fits best with your community and provides the best possible security for your residents—and different vendors offer vastly different capabilities. In this blog, we’ll examine three critical features to look for when examining wander guard systems. ABILITY TO TURN TAGS ON AND…

Reblog: How to Identify if Your Enterprise Has a Shadow IT and a Whatsapp Problem?

The majority of executives and IT managers are normally unaware how many unauthorized shadow IT or shadow cloud apps and services their employees are using. Cloud apps and services are easy to use without oversight, they can be quickly adopted by employees or teams to solve business problems, and often no formal involvement of the enterprise’s IT department is required. Since there is a huge demand for messaging for the…

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…