Added Care for Critically-Ill Patients
How does the Command Center communicate with doctors and nurses in another location?
Doctors and nurses at the command center are able to see and talk with the patient and the bedside caregiver. There is a camera and microphone in each room. They are only turned on when needed. Patients and caregivers will be able to tell if the camera is off because the lens is turned against the wall. A sound signal alerts the patient when it is turned on, and the lens turns and directs itself toward the patient.
The MaineHealth VitalNetwork: an added level of care for our critical care patients. Available only at MaineHealth member, affiliate and partnering hospitals.
Is the patient's privacy maintained?
Why does the MaineHealth VitalNetwork mean better care?
What exactly will the VitalNetwork monitor on a patient?
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