To be able to make a more qualified assessment of the healthcare needs of patients, Region Nordjylland made the decision to install a mobile video streaming solution between ambulances and hospitals.
A unique healthcare project in Nairobi, Kenya is using biometric fingerprint technology to help identify and track human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-exposed infants in need of anti-retroviral therapy.
Hamilton Health Sciences, a March Networks customer since 2004, is the second largest healthcare organization in Ontario with seven hospitals and 11,000 employees serving 2.3 million residents in Hamilton and the surrounding area.
Located in the Bang Na district in Bangkok is Sikarin hospital. First opened in 1993, it now has 3 buildings with 235 beds for inpatients and the capability to handle an average of 2,800 outpatients including the 24 hour emergency services per day.
North Carolina Sounds assisted the hospital with the transition from analog to IP security. Panasonic network cameras and software was selected to ensure safety for the hospital.
Comprising a large tertiary and secondary hospital, along with three rural hospitals, Waikato DHB is a substantial healthcare operator which employs approximately 6,000 staff throughout the region.
In an effort to strengthen security measures to ensure the safety of patients, visitors and staff, health care facilities are upping their security game with improved technologies and solutions.
Western State Hospital (WSH) is a state psychiatric hospital which is licensed and operated by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. As a state run psychiatric hospital, it required unique security parameters to secure its diverse group of patients, staff and visit...
This hospital, located in Jamaica, is a center of international reference that needs a video management system capable of preventing the facility of any event and reducing the response time, meaning that facility is safer. The different areas in which patients and companions freely circulate compose...
A Liverpool-based university hospital has been supplied with innovative Aperio wireless locking technology from Assa Abloy Access Control, a UK division of Assa Abloy.