Digital Care Systems

HomMed to change corporate name

Honeywell HomMed has announced it will change its corporate name to Honeywell Life Care Solutions.

How to do it ... Resident security

Resident security touches the job of every person in a long-term care environment. Facility staff are concerned with security. IT people need systems that integrate well with computers and servers. And nurses rely on systems to keep residents safe and staff productive. Here's how to spread the decision-making.

How to do it ... Resident security

Monitoring in caregiving is getting more "personal" than ever. We live in the age of watchers, pitting privacy issues against vested interests in security. Technological advances have greatly enhanced resident monitoring, but they have also added new challenges. Solutions call for a delicate balance between automation and personal freedom.

System incorporates Safe-T-Net Hot Spot Technology

System incorporates Safe-T-Net Hot Spot Technology

Digital Care Systems recently introduced the CC-5900HS Emergency Call System. Designed for both in-room and campus wide coverage, the system incorporates the firm's Safe-T-Net Hot Spot Technology. This adaptation allows the system to receive transmissions from outside residents' rooms.

Digital Care Systems unveils latest wireless emergency call system

Digital Care Systems unveils latest wireless emergency call system

Digital Care Systems recently introduced the CC-5900HS Emergency Call System for in-room and campus-wide coverage. The system is activated wirelessly with a pendant transmitter or wireless pull-cord or any other device with an isolated contact closure (such as a smoke detector, door contact, etc.).

Digital Care Systems introduces enhanced emergency call system

Digital Care Systems introduces enhanced emergency call system

Digital Care Systems Inc. recently introduced the latest versions of its Care-Call System Model CC-5900. This new system offers more features and upgrades than any previously introduced version, including its own Android Phone/Tablet app for programming. The system is wirelessly activated from a pendant transmitter worn by the resident or from a wireless pull-cord in the resident's bathroom and/or bedroom, as well as common areas. The system can also be activated from smoke detectors and carbon monoxide monitors, according to the firm.