Reblog: Adapting and evolving Nurse call systems as demand changes

As featured in Health Estates Journal, Medicare Systems, discusses some of the features and capabilities of modern nurse call systems – the functionality of which now extends well beyond their original purpose, explains what to look for when considering purchasing one, and looks ahead to what new features we can expect to be incorporated in the future. Nurse call systems have been a vital part of hospitals since the Victorian…

If your call system goes down, don’t let your wards stand empty!

Installing a Medicare HTM Wireless Nurse Call System is quick and simple Panels are colour-coded to meet HTM guidelines for standard calls (orange), assistance calls (yellow), emergency calls (red), staff presence (green) and call accept (grey). Further the standard calls, assistance and emergency calls each have their own specific tone. Combination of visual and audible alerts provide care staff with a simple and safe method of correctly identifying the status…

Reblog: E-LOGGING service

Medicare’s E-LOGGING service provides secure access to nurse call data through the iCloud platform. Used in the Nursing and Residential environment, this powerful reporting tool supplies accurate call data analysis providing evidential reports. All reports can be individually tailored, automated and emailed to selected recipients. Allows remote access anywhere on any device including smartphones, tablets and desktops. Gives you the capability to monitor trends providing evidential data to assist with…

Medicare Nurse Call Systems For Your Hospitals

From initial consultation through to installation and after-sales support, Medicare Systems offers a professional and friendly service. Quick to fit, HTM standards compliant and excellent value for money, the Medicare HTM series Nurse Call system is designed for ease of use, and built to withstand the demands of the busiest hospital environment. Features: HTM compliant nurse call systems specifically designed for a hospital environment Low power, wireless technology, easily configured…

Wireless Nurse Call Systems in Hospitals

In hospitals, care homes and other similar organisations, It is frequent for patients to constantly ask for help. Time is the essence as it can be a matter of life and death. If the patient can’t get timely assistance, it not only delays treatments but also greatly affects the whole image of the institution. It is vital for the management of such institutions to ensure that convenient and rapid assistance…

Let’s go Wireless using Medicare Nurse Call System

If you have realised the total cost of your wired Nurse Call System, it is now time to plan and replace it with Medicare Wireless Radio Nurse Call Systems. Quick to fit, HTM standards compliant and excellent value for money, the Medicare HTM series Nurse Call system is designed for ease of use, and built to withstand the demands of the busiest hospital environment. From initial consultation through to installation…

Basic components that go into making the Wireless Nurse Call System

In the last post we had discussed Wireless Nurse Call Systems. In this post, we will discuss the basic components that go into making the Wireless Nurse Call System. Call Points The Medicare call points are available in two models, the Emergency and Cardiac Unit offering a red or blue pull on, push off switch and colour coded to meet HTM guidelines. The call points are housed in unique, elegant…

Wireless Nurse Call Systems in India

Nurse call systems have revolutionised the way in which patients communicate with their care givers and hence the health care industry as a whole all over the world. With the advent of wireless nurse call systems in India, this improvement in communication has only risen further. Wires are no longer the limiting factor and the absence has only taken the health care industry into another league. We are pleased to…

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…