We Are An Alarm-Free Facility

Oct 18, 2016 In the past few years I have heard this phrase on more than one occasion. People are often frustrated with alarms in general and fall management alarms in particular, which causes some facilities to just eliminate their alarms all together.     I was exhibiting at a trade show recently when people […]

Pride Goeth Before the Fall

Oct 18, 2016 I don’t know many people who really enjoy the process of aging.  I know I prefer the way I felt when I was still in my twenties and like most people I fight the aging process as much as I can.     We shouldn’t be surprised then when that attitude continues […]

To Dispose or Not to Dispose; That is the Question

Nov 14, 2016     When I am working with a facility for the first time, my very first question is about their current infection protocol. Does your facility allow you to re-use the bed or chair sensor pads or does your protocol require only disposable pad options? I currently have many customers in both […]

Bed and Chair Alarms Without Fatigue

 Mar 22, 2017 Bed and Chair Alarms – Without Fatigue Alarm Fatigue is a challenge for all facilities. In today ‘s technologically-aware society, every facility wants to be as advanced as possible and take advantage of technology so they can “do more with less,” while still providing the best care possible. There are challenges with […]

More Work-Related Injuries; Construction or Nursing?

May 8, 2017 More Work- Related Injuries: Construction or Nursing? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Nurses and Nursing Aides experience higher rates of non-fatal injuries than construction workers. It sounds incredible but statistics bear this out:     Main sources of these injuries:       Almost half of all injuries are related […]