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VisionLink Nurse Call System's New Features Serve the Unique Needs of Retirement Communities
Date:5/18/2013

Hayden, ID (PRWEB) May 18, 2013

Assisted living and retirement communities have unique needs when it comes to safety and comfort of their residents. Systems Technologies is well-acquainted with these requirements and provides clients with an effective and cost-efficient solution – VisionLink Wireless Nurse Call System®. This is an integrated, turnkey communications solution that helps nurses provide the highest level of care, while allowing residents independence and privacy.

The VisionLink nurse call system utilizes the Windows 7® platform to link residents to nursing staff through a specially designed open architecture. By providing a single source for all alerting and communications needs, VisionLink offers a centralized system that helps to provide patient focused care, with superior facility management, as well as offering users the greatest value for their investment. This nurse call system’s flexibility allows Systems Technology to customize a solution that will meet the needs of an individual facility, and provide improved safety and freedom for patients.

This nurse call system features 900 MHz spread spectrum wireless technology and multiple wireless platforms to link residents with staff in facilities of all sizes. Multi-building facilities will benefit from the wireless repeaters that send assistance calls to the nearest console or a centralized console. Larger properties will appreciate the server architecture that allows management to swing areas from one console to another depending on staffing and which allows all computer consoles to be programmed from a single point for ease of use. The VisionLink nurse call system also offers personal pendant transmitters for mobile patients. These unique mini-transmitters provide fall alarm notification, wander alerts and provide patient location when the resident presses their “Push For Help” button.

Caregivers will also enjoy the freedom and convenience VisionLink nurse call system provides. Team members can use pocket pagers, two way radios, wireless phones, IPads or cell phones to receive alarm calls. With the hands-free VoiceLink feature they can speak directly to the resident to determine their needs and reassure them that help is on the way. This nurse call system also eliminates the need for overhead paging since text messages can be sent directly to the caregiver’s pager or cell phone from the console keyboard or anywhere on the network depending on system configuration. VisionLink also provides a built-in scheduling system to remind staff for medications, meetings, nightly door check or to perform other tasks.

To learn more about the benefits of the VisionLink nurse call system, visit http://www.wirelessnursecall.com/ or call 1-888-826-3394.

About Systems Technologies:
Since 1994, Systems Technologies has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of wireless nurse call and emergency call systems for healthcare and emergency services. The company designs and manufactures patient call systems for use in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, assisted living, senior living and emergency services. System Technologies offers many options for integrated wireless emergency patient call systems, from clinics and senior living buildings, to large continuing-care communities and campus environments. Among the products the company provides are wireless pendants for fall, elopement and push for help, call cord bedside patient stations, corridor call lights, emergency pull stations and other call bell devices on a wireless platform with flexible alarm notification and event escalation. Staff can be notified of alarm events via pocket pager, IPad, cell phone, email, two- way radio, Panasonic, Spectralink and other DECT wireless phones, central monitoring station and more.

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