VOIP Call

The integration of a camera module in the MedJacket device for ambulances represents a significant advancement in patient care and safety during emergency medical transport.

Software Modules

Communication with Hospital Server
Improved Communication Efficiency
Real-time Collaboration
Enhanced Patient Care
Security and Compliance
Scalability
Cost Efficiency

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Communication with Hospital Server

  • MedJacket integrates with the hospital’s server infrastructure, allowing healthcare professionals to communicate with each other seamlessly. This is particularly valuable in a hospital setting, where quick and effective communication is critical for patient care.

Improved Communication Efficiency

 VoIP-based calls provide a more efficient means of communication compared to traditional phone systems. Healthcare providers can make calls to colleagues or different departments within the hospital, enabling faster response times and better coordination.

Real-time Collaboration

VoIP technology enables real-time collaboration through features like video calling, which can be invaluable in situations where visual assessment or consultation is necessary. This feature enhances the ability of healthcare providers to consult with specialists or share patient information effectively.

Enhanced Patient Care

Integration with MedJacket allows healthcare professionals to communicate with the hospital’s central server, enabling them to access patient data, medical records, and other critical information during a call. This ensures that healthcare providers have up-to-date information at their fingertips, which is essential for making informed decisions and providing quality patient care.

Security and Compliance

The E-ICU facility is equipped with an alerting system that notifies healthcare providers of critical changes in patient vitals. This feature allows for immediate action, potentially preventing adverse events.

Scalability

VoIP technology is highly scalable, making it adaptable to the changing needs of a hospital. As the number of users or the demand for communication services increases, the system can be easily expanded to accommodate the growing requirements of the facility.