Improve frontline caregivers’ safety and confidence. Enhance the working environment and help improve efficiency. The Ascom workplace and staff safety solution is an integrated, end-to-end system. It offers a location function with room-level accuracy. As well as automatic ‘man-down’ and ‘no-movement’ alarms for when staff members cannot raise the alert themselves.
The silent alarm function in the Ascom workplace and staff safety solution helps protect clinicians—without escalating potentially dangerous situations.
Vendor-neutral, interoperable with existing and planned medical devices and communication system
Automatically activated ‘man-down’, ‘no-movement’ and pull-cord alarms
Staff can be confident that help is always at hand
Responders can locate the source of an alarm with room-level accuracy
Adapts to meet changing needs. Scalable from an on-site system for a single department/ward, up to mult-site, multi-organization solutions.
From initial planning with Ascom clinical consultants to installation and solution lifecycle support and training.
Crucially, the technology development work was done by clinicians. It meant we had genuine engagement with nurses and other stakeholders as we carefully planned the hospital from the start – taking in the views of estates, IT, domestic staff, porters, admin, allied health and medical staff.
A clinical communication and coordination solution for the largest hospital in northern Norway: read how Ascom has streamlined alert management and enabled digital workflows.
The new Tyks Lighthouse Hospital in Turku, Finland, will receive its first patients at the start of 2022. Focus on patients is one of the principal values of the hospital and its translation into practice is ensured through functional planning and multiprofessional collaboration.
Learn how the Ascom Healthcare Platform is transforming care—and bridging digital information gaps—at the 523-bed Mission Hospital in California.
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