JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 1, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Critical Alert Systems Reintroduces CommonPath Embedded RTLS
Critical Alert announced today that it has updated its proprietary RTLS offering including badges, receivers, and software. The native integration is fully embedded in the CommonPath Enterprise platform and requires no additional third-party applications. Critical Alert pioneered the use of RTLS to passively close workflow events, eliminating the need for buttons to be pressed to register presence.
CommonPath RTLS provides a cost-effective way to gain workflow efficiencies, detect room-level presence, and deliver substantial reporting capabilities. Hospitals will realize enhanced staff safety and patient satisfaction with the data CommonPath RTLS provides regarding staffing levels, time at bedside, and rounding compliance. Deploying RTLS provides considerable insight into staff workflow thereby helping hospitals increase efficiency.
"Our customers spoke and we listened--- and in response, we are reintroducing CommonPath RTLS," stated John Elms, CEO of Critical Alert. "Our native RTLS system is simple to use, extremely informative, effective, and economically-priced to keep hospitals' total nurse call costs down," continued Elms.
"CommonPath RTLS is time-tested" stated Sai Kolluri, director of product management at Critical Alert. "With successful deployments since the early 90's with our first generation RTLS, CommonPath RTLS preserves these tried and true attributes as we continue to deliver actionable intelligence enhancements through our fully-integrated software-based nurse call," continued Kolluri.
About Critical Alert Systems Critical Alert Systems (CAS) offers the most flexible and scalable enterprise-grade patient communications and nurse call solution on the market. The company's software-driven platform includes UL-compliant hardware, Aperum patient experience analytics and a portfolio of integrated partner offerings. Its value-added clinical services reduce costs, clinical interruptions and alarm fatigue improving quality of care. Our focus on clinical productivity, innovative use of technology and patient safety leads to quieter, more efficient units, improved outcomes for patients and better utilization of nursing resources.
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