Many challenges are faced in senior care today. One out of five falls can cause serious injury such as a fractured hip or head trauma, and it is often difficult to detect changes in the health of a resident.
Nighttime nursing staff often have too much of a workload which can contribute to stress, an endemic problem that can lead to health problems and a decrease in efficiency.
Emfit QS is the digital era remote and real-time bed occupancy monitoring solution. Included contact-free health data tracking makes beds truly smart and improves senior care outcome.
Emfit QS uses either Wi-Fi or Cellular Mobile Data (3G). Available in black and white.
For nighttime nursing staff:
For geriatric physician and head nurse:
Real-time bed occupancy viewer for a group
Resident’s daily summary and mini trends (up to 28 days)
Long term trends (up to 1 year)
Push notifications app
API (real time & summary)
Real-time data viewer
We have API integrations as example with safety phone operators, health data integrators and IoT platforms. If you have interest of using Emfit QS as part of your own product or service, please contact us.
What is API? It stands for Application programming interface (API) and is roughly defined as the allowance and processes to give programs access to connect and essentially, communicate with other programs. It’s a software-to-software interface that allows for separate parties to talk to each other without any previous user knowledge or intervention. API runs the processes behind the scenes.
Intended use with optional bed occupancy monitoring in assisted living (Note: In EU area only):
Emfit QS (physical product with web and phone application) is a general wellness product for healthy adults living at assisted care environments. Information obtained is intended for use (I) in evaluating a healthy individual waking hours activities impact on his or her recovery and sleep quality, (II) in monitoring a healthy individual who, when not in bed, is in the risk of (a) falling, (b) interfering others, or (c) wandering. In the above mentioned purposes it is not a medical device and is not intended for the diagnosis or monitoring of any disease or to investigate a physiological process.