Accutech Blog

Learn About Cuddles From Nurses Like You at AWHONN

Posted by Chris Konicek on June 6, 2017 4:01 pm

We know you want to provide the very best care for your patients. That’s why you’ve taken the unique opportunity to grow and learn at the 2017 AWHONN Annual Conference in New Orleans June 24-27. We’re excited to be there with you to share our appreciation for what you do every day – and show you…

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Topics: Cuddles, News

8 Things to Think About When Choosing Your Infant Protection System

Posted by Chris Konicek on April 3, 2017 7:00 am

Bringing a baby into the world is a joyous event. But the threat of infant abduction is still a very real one. “A report in the United States by the Federal Bureau of Investigation found that 68.1% of infant abductions occur in hospital.” Since 1983, 132 infant abductions have occurred…

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Topics: Cuddles, Hospital

7 Ways Cuddles Stands Above The Rest

Posted by Chris Konicek on March 20, 2017 2:00 pm

From the moment their baby is born, parents rely on you to keep their infants safe and secure. Unfortunately, infant abduction is still a very real threat which makes your choice of infant protection system of utmost importance. Protecting newborn patients is a high priority and choosing the right system…

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Topics: Cuddles, Hospital

Ensure Your Nurse Call and Wander Alarm Systems Integrate Seamlessly

Posted by Chris Konicek on November 8, 2016 11:41 pm

When purchasing a wander alarm system for your community, it is critical that it works seamlessly with existing systems. After all, the goal of purchasing such a system is to increase resident safety and security, not create disjointed processes for your staff. This blog will examine wander alarm system integration…

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Topics: Uncategorized

3 Critical Features to Look for in a Wander Guard System

Posted by Chris Konicek on November 2, 2016 7:49 am

When selecting a wander guard system for your community, there are actually many important factors to consider. You want to make sure that the wandering system you choose fits best with your community and provides the best possible security for your residents—and different vendors offer vastly different capabilities. In this…

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Topics: Uncategorized

ACCUTECH SECURITY ANNOUNCES CE CERTIFICATION FOR RESIDENTGUARD WANDER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Posted by Accutech on June 3, 2016 9:24 am

LC 1200 and LS 2400 Wander Management Systems From Accutech Are Certified To Be Sold Within The European Economic Area And Meet The Growing Need For Elopement Security In The European Market.

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Topics: News, ResidentGuard

The Importance of Properly Configuring a Wandering System

Posted by Accutech on February 16, 2016 4:22 pm

A recent lawsuit filed in a wrongful death suit against an assisted living facility in Duluth, Michigan highlights the importance of making sure the installation of a wander management system is complete and the configuration is correct. Seeking damages in excess of $50,000, this lawsuit is the result of a resident with dementia wandering out…

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Topics: News, ResidentGuard

Carthage Hospital Implements Accutech “Cuddles” Infant Protection System

Posted by Accutech on February 9, 2016 4:48 pm

Carthage Area Hospital’s Maternity Ward has recently implemented a new Cuddles infant protection system provided and installed by Special Care Systems, as a way to bring added support and comfort to parents. The system combines patented tags and bracelets with advanced technology to prevent abductions, while ensuring the general safety and security of infants.

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Topics: Cuddles, News

Accutech Security Introduces Software Utility for LS 2400 ResidentGuard Wander Management System

Posted by Accutech on January 5, 2016 8:20 am

Accutech Security announces the release of a low cost, stand alone software utility for the ResidentGuard LS 2400 system, giving users the option to add resident pictures to individual displays. After attaching a picture to a tag number in the utility, it will appear with an alert at the nurses station or entry-point keypad when…

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Topics: News