Hospital environments must be safe and hygienic for patients and healthcare workers. With high volumes of people coming and going each day, maintaining smooth operations and responding quickly to emergencies are becoming more challenging. Hikvision’s tailored solutions help answer these and other concerns with advanced technology, powerful hardware, and centralized management software.
Preliminary temperature screening can be completed at preset zones in lobbies to reduce external influence (such as wind, weather, etc.) for more accurate temperature readings. Ideally, there should be time between coming indoors to screening so body temperatures can acclimate. Alarms will be triggered if the pre-defined temperature threshold is exceeded. Persons having elevated skin-surface temperatures should be further confirmed using clinical measurement devices and be guided to assigned areas.
Employees are the most critical resource in virtually every aspect of healthcare. So protecting their health is crucial. Hikvision’s MinMoe Terminal embedded with facial recognition provides hygienic authentication and/or access to consultation rooms and pharmacies with no physical contact. These terminals also integrate temperature measurement and face mask detection.
Patients need temperature measurement at regular intervals – every few hours, for example, even at night. With accurate Hikvision thermographic handheld cameras, mobile temperature measurement can be completed quickly and easily, without disturbing sleeping patients. Temperatures measurement from one meter away makes them a perfect supplement to clinical thermometers, minimizing unnecessary physical contact.
In the control center, hospital administrators and security staff can view statistics and records of all connected areas in real time, respond to alarms quickly, search and archive evidence, manage access and attendance, and even generate reports using HikCentral software.
HikCentral can be configured to create instant popups and other notifications upon detection of events like elevated skin temperatures, persons without required face masks, unauthorized access, and more. Centralized management facilitates the pooling and coordination of resources and reduces repeated efforts for steady and efficient operations.