Securing pharma with video surveillance

    Depending on the sector the challenges of safety and security vary, as the level of protection needs to be adjusted to the circumstances. One of these special fields is (bio)pharmaceuticals. Protecting staff, products and information are one of the main concerns and biggest challenges in the biopharma sector. In the past few years, the pharma […]

      How to Bridge the Gap Between Healthcare Security and Law Enforcement

        This post is also written by guest author, Robert “Mickey” Watson, CHPA, CHEP, Operational Consultant / Risk Specialist at Skynet Integrations LLC. Read more about Mickey at the bottom of this page. What is the role of law enforcement professionals in healthcare settings? In the case of a violent incident at a healthcare facility, […]

        How thermal cameras boost your surveillance solution

        Thermal cameras can be used for various applications where accurate detection is crucial. From perimeter protection and patient monitoring to ensuring equipment is operating safely and many more. Thermal cameras are continuing to grow in popularity due to their ability to detect the nature of a threat and reduce false alarms, saving both time and money […]

          A camera for every patient bed

          The statistics are alarming A study published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine revealed that the median response time to potentially critical alarms in a pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) is in excess of three minutes and almost 10 minutes on the pediatric ward. If these alarms were signaling a severe deterioration of patient health, […]

            How can video improve patient care?

            Healthcare facilities have long used video for protecting people and property, but how can traditional video surveillance be used to improve patient monitoring and care? A complement to telemetry for critical care monitoring Cardiac monitors, ventilators, infusion pumps… The machines that medical professionals rely on to sustain life and monitor the critically ill, can also […]