In terms of employee attendance, healthcare facilities function as any other employer. Their managers need to know who is at work and the times the staff started and finished their shifts, how long the breaks were, and they need to calculate wages based upon the number of shifts worked.
Taking another perspective, healthcare facilities function as public buildings. There is a significant number of people who enter the building to get treatment. They must be able to access certain areas of the facility but not the staff-only sectors. Then, there are suppliers whose access rights may also be controlled.
And, there are hospitalised patients. As a result of their conditions, some of them may be confused and tend to leave the facility or to “get lost” within in. Similarly, resuscitation equipment or another important machine will be left where used last, and are not available if an emergency situation occurs.
Nurses and orderlies will certainly enjoy if doors open automatically as they are ready to push patients in wheelchairs or gurneys through.
All this issues can be addressed by our systems.
Our consultants are ready to design a tailor-made solution to perfectly suit your needs.