Security is always paramount for hospitals and healthcare centers, but inner-city hospitals face a particular set of challenges when it comes to keeping patients, staff, and visitors safe. Learn how Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital is deploying the latest video and audio technologies to improve safety and security.
“We used to pay a retired nurse to sit inside a patient’s room if deemed a fall risk. Within minutes, we can now mount an Axis camera and stream the video to a nurse’s station monitoring multiple rooms. We noticed an instant ROI after installing the cameras as they resulted in saving thousands of dollars per week in payroll expenses.” Sean Owens, Director of Security Technology & Non–Acute Care, Lee Health
“With Tactical Logistics Center paramedics continuously monitoring patients in the neonatal intensive care unit through the Axis cameras – seeing how they’re doing and how they’re acting – clinicians feel like they can leave the room to care for another sick child without fear that they’re leaving the patient unattended.” Dr. Al Torres, Medical Director of Clinical Logistics and Respiratory Care.
“The quality of video offered by the Axis IP cameras is so much different than analog. You are able to do a lot more with it. With analog cameras, if you wanted to use the video for identification, you had to focus it on a very small area. Now, with the 3 or 5 megapixel Axis cameras, you can capture a much larger area, and zoom into specific areas for forensic investigations without losing quality.” Robert Leahy, Senior Manager, Systems and Technology for Massachusetts General Hospital
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