Austco releases even more features on CallCare IPPerth, AU - December 2, 2009
The Austco CallCare IP system is the next generation in nursecall and management solutions for the aged care market. The CallCare IP system uses the power of Internet Protocols to provide “future-proofing” of your aged-care communications. The state of the art CallCare IP has got even more benefits for aged care providers with this new line up of releases.
CallCare IP 2.2
The new release of CallCare IP offers higher flexibility with third party integration to devices such as Vocera Badges, Cisco phones and Inovonics Echo Stream. The Cluster feature offers companies with multiple site deployments, a new connection option that makes sites invisible to each other while centrally collecting data.
CallCare IP Cluster
CallCare IP Cluster is a distributed system that meets the needs of a multi-site group, managed centrally by a head office. Each site has its own nurse call system and data recorded from each site is stored in a single database, so while sites are totally isolated from one another, the head office has global access and can therefore gather any kind of call/events statistics for all sites.
CallCare IP is now able to send a text or voice message to Vocera badges when an alarm is activated. The Vocera badge is also added to the devices list available through CallCare IP Client for messaging.
Whenever an alarm is activated on CallCare IP, a text message is sent to Cisco phones which then beep, alerting staff to the new call. Cisco phones are also added to the devices list available through CallCare IP Client for messaging.
Echo Stream is a radio-based communication system designed by Inovonics. By interfacing CallCare IP with Echo Stream, alarms may be generated from remote locations without the need for connective wiring.
The ease and versatility with which multifunctional devices can be included or added to the Austco CallCare IP system provides staff and administrators with a sense of security and safety within the workplace.