A finger on the pulse of healthcare August 2016, Technews Publishing, Access Control & Identity Management, Asset Management, EAS, RFID, Integrated Solutions Biometrics in healthcare settings can speed up administrative processes, reduce fraud, and eliminate mistakes due to high workloads, which can lead to costly or fatal errors.
Access control and surveillance gain ground August 2015, Axis Communications SA, ASSA ABLOY South Africa, ZKTeco, Paxton Access, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Access Control & Identity Management While the uptake of security systems in healthcare facilities has been slower than in the commercial and retail sectors, there is a growing awareness of the importance of securing employees, patients and visitors.
Asset management in healthcare August 2015, Access Control & Identity Management, Integrated Solutions Key control and guard tour systems offer proven solutions for asset management in healthcare facilities.
Video security for healthcare August 2015, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring In the healthcare industry, patients and visitors have an important need for security, because concerns about health are already stressful enough.
RFID in healthcare August 2015, Asset Management, EAS, RFID, Products Taggit offers Active RFID / RTLS technology for infant protection, staff utilisation, medical equipment management and wireless emergency call solutions for healthcare organisations.
Automated swing door operators August 2015, ASSA ABLOY South Africa, Access Control & Identity Management, Fire & Safety, Integrated Solutions, Products ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems’ automated swing door operators are intelligent door operators delivering the convenience of automated swing door entrance solutions and combining high performance, energy efficiency, aesthetics, convenience and safety.
Fighting counterfeit pharmaceuticals August 2015, Traceability Solutions, Asset Management, EAS, RFID The counterfeit industry is viewed as one of the fastest growing industries worldwide and the pharmaceutical industry is hard hit.
4K boosts safety and security August 2015, Graphic Image Technologies, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring One 4K camera can cover the same area as two to three high definition (HD) surveillance cameras, dramatically improving cost effectiveness by reducing maintenance and total cost of ownership (TCO).
Biometrics and medical fraud August 2015, IDEMIA , Access Control & Identity Management Biometrics can deliver the identity assurance the healthcare industry requires to combat fraud and improve service delivery.
Medical grade access control August 2014, Impro Technologies, Access Control & Identity Management Impro Technologies improves GMP, increases security, overall safety of products, delivers better control of staff access and lowers risk of product failure for National Bioproducts Institute.
Access control predominates in healthcare August 2014, Technews Publishing, Access Control & Identity Management Although many factors come into play when considering security systems for the healthcare industry, one element predominates – access control. Hi-Tech Security Solutions discusses the role this critical component plays along with surveillance, fire detection and building management systems.
Integration of security systems essential August 2014 Integral to providing a quality healthcare experience is the issue of quality security provision and the establishment of proper security management protocols within healthcare systems.
Aycliffe Secure Centre selects CEM October 2013, Tyco Security Products, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Access Control & Identity Management CEM Systems announced that Aycliffe Secure Centre, provider of comprehensive secure care facilities for young people, has chosen CEM's AC2000 SE (Standard Edition) security management system and biometric technologies to help protect and secure its premises.
Cheaper is not the solution August 2013, Powell Tronics, Access Control & Identity Management, Access Control & Identity Management The Department of Infrastructure Development is a government organisation tasked with maintaining hospitals and clinics in the East Rand and their allied support structures. In the process of its work, the heads of the various departments raised concerns about the issue of access and attendance of staff on these sites.