Ocularis for Healthcare
Life-changing events happen every day in hospitals and healthcare facilities and Ocularis helps protect these important places and the people in them. From single clinics to multi-building complexes, Ocularis surveillance solutions add a smart layer of security that provides intelligent advantages in a variety of situations.
Ocularis has solutions for single clinics all the way to multi-site facilities. Ocularis is scalable to any number of cameras in both centralized and distributed architectures.
As medical equipment continues to shrink in size and becomes more portable, keeping track of it has become more challenging. Ocularis, integrated with RFID technology, helps you keep an eye on all these valuable hospital tools.
Patient & Staff Safety
A hospital’s most precious assets are its patients and those caring for them. Ocularis supports their safety by monitoring critical areas such as entrances, waiting rooms, hallways, parking areas, and nurseries. Ocularis easily integrates with an array of physical security solutions such as access control, emergency call systems, and intercoms for real-time alerts. RFID integration easily keeps track of patients and newborns. License Plate Recognition (LPR) is used for monitoring parking lots and emergency room driveways.
Quicker Response Time
By using Ocularis for patient monitoring, doctors and nurses can monitor multiple patients simultaneously and be alerted to patients’ needs more quickly. By connecting video feeds from life support monitors to Ocularis, medical staff can immediately assess emergency situations and respond appropriately.
Full On-the-Go Coverage
Ocularis delivers real-time, full-motion video from multiple megapixel cameras to web and mobile users. Monitor and control live or recorded HD camera streams, even on 3G and 4G networks.
In the heavily regulated medical industry, Ocularis provides the tools that help hospitals comply with HIPAA guidelines, protect patient information, and manage liabilities. Third-party integrations allow for capturing and logging procedures and processes such as medical equipment sterilization and prescription fulfillment.