What we do?
Inpatient (health) care
SBW-center is able to respond to a variety of alerts with great care, speed and differentiation. Appropriate alerts are: personal alarms, disabled persons’ alarms, personal detection alarms, wander alarms, and fall detection. These types of alarms are typically being used in healthcare institutions: nursing homes, assisted living homes and mental disability institutions. Every incoming alert automatically receives a predetermined priority and is being assigned to the most suited caregiver. The priority makes sure the alerts reach the caregiver in the right order. As a result caregivers are no longer distracted with the processing and prioritizing of incoming alerts. Therefore caregivers are able to work in a more efficient order. Since every incoming alert is being processed automatically, every alert is carefully reviewed. It is therefore impossible that alerts unintentionally remain unanswered. SBW-center is compatible with SCAIP (Social Care Alarm Internet Protocol).
Outpatient (health) care
SBW-center is also suited for outpatient use. People in need of care can be monitored. Alerts can be processed and forwarded to the allocated person: non-medical caregiver, healthcare provider or another institution. Obviously, access to SBW-Center is restricted, and only available to those authorized. A central care unit can provide back up in case the designated receiver is unable to respond. Responding efficiently and swiftly is a top priority for almost any healthcare alarm room- and institution. This means getting the right person to respond to the right notification, at the right time. Another priority is a sound registration of notifications, alerts and the follow-up actions. This information is also important for other involved parties such as: family, nursing and healthcare professionals and paramedics.