Vitalcare releases IP nurse call platform
Vitalcare has released Felix — an IP nurse call platform that enables fast communication, improved workflows and staff efficiencies, enhanced patient care and safety, and simplified implementation in hospitals and aged-care facilities.
Supporting wired and wireless technologies, as well as hybrid platforms and devices, the platform features voice assistant, RTLS, open API, and high levels of remote configuration and enterprise reporting via secure cloud connectivity.
Vitalcare CEO Logan Ross said, “Vitalcare’s nurse call platform uses technology to deliver the right care, to the right person, at the right time, allowing healthcare providers to deliver patient-centric, coordinated care 24 hours, seven days a week.”
The platform provides flexibility and can scale from a single device into an unlimited number of call points and pendants, supporting both wired and wireless connection in a single location or cloud connection across multiple sites nationally and internationally. As a result, it is a fully customisable and purpose-built nurse call solution to meet the needs of healthcare providers and facilities.
“We want our clients to use the features and benefits they need, rather than extras they are not using. We are [so] confident in Vitalcare’s products, services and the team that we back all our systems with a five-year factory warranty — this is five times the industry standard,” Ross added.
“As we continue to invest heavily in our pioneering research R&D department, which develops cost-effective, reliable technology for end users, we are confident our healthcare solutions meet the needs of healthcare providers, now and in the future.”
Vitalcare’s nurse call platform will be on display at ITAC 2020 on 3–4 March in Brisbane.
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