Great catches and human moments in virtual care

Human moments encapsulate the intersection of technology and genuine human connection, illustrating how virtual care enables caregivers to better support patients, staff, and loved ones. These stories highlight the profound impact of virtual care in fostering meaningful interactions and support while preserving the essential human element in healthcare. Join us in the conversation.

Great catch feature of the month

“Our care team placed a virtual safety attendant to monitor a patient who was showing aggressive behavior. While monitoring the patient, the virtual safety attendant witnessed the patient attack a frontline staff member who entered the room. The virtual safety attendant triggered the stat alarm to get the caregiver immediate backup and they also called security for escalation.”

Stories from our customers

“A patient, who was being monitored for fall risk, jumped out of the room in a matter of seconds. The virtual safety attendant hit the stat alarm immediately, then called staff to let them know which direction the patient went. A code gray was called and the staff was able to locate the patient much quicker and return them back to their room.”

“Our care team placed a virtual safety attendant to monitor a patient who was showing aggressive behavior. While monitoring the patient, the virtual safety attendant witnessed the patient attack a frontline staff member who entered the room. The virtual safety attendant triggered the stat alarm to get the caregiver immediate backup and they also called security for escalation.”

“A virtual safety attendant noticed a patient moving around under the covers with the blanket over her face. Staff zoomed in and saw that the phone cord was being stretched under the blanket. They set off the stat alarm, and when staff came in and pulled back the covers, the phone cord was wrapped tightly around the patient’s neck. The staff were able to save her and avert the suicide attempt.”

“A patient, who was being monitored for fall risk, jumped out of the room in a matter of seconds. The virtual safety attendant hit the stat alarm immediately, then called staff to let them know which direction the patient went. A code gray was called and the staff was able to locate the patient much quicker and return them back to their room.”

“A patient, who was being monitored for fall risk, jumped out of the room in a matter of seconds. The virtual safety attendant hit the stat alarm immediately, then called staff to let them know which direction the patient went. A code gray was called and the staff was able to locate the patient much quicker and return them back to their room.”

“A patient, who was being monitored for fall risk, jumped out of the room in a matter of seconds. The virtual safety attendant hit the stat alarm immediately, then called staff to let them know which direction the patient went. A code gray was called and the staff was able to locate the patient much quicker and return them back to their room.”

“A virtual safety attendant noticed a patient moving around under the covers with the blanket over her face. Staff zoomed in and saw that the phone cord was being stretched under the blanket. They set off the stat alarm, and when staff came in and pulled back the covers, the phone cord was wrapped tightly around the patient’s neck. The staff were able to save her and avert the suicide attempt.”

“A patient, who was being monitored for fall risk, jumped out of the room in a matter of seconds. The virtual safety attendant hit the stat alarm immediately, then called staff to let them know which direction the patient went. A code gray was called and the staff was able to locate the patient much quicker and return them back to their room.”

“A virtual safety attendant noticed a patient moving around under the covers with the blanket over her face. Staff zoomed in and saw that the phone cord was being stretched under the blanket. They set off the stat alarm, and when staff came in and pulled back the covers, the phone cord was wrapped tightly around the patient’s neck. The staff were able to save her and avert the suicide attempt.”

“A patient, who was being monitored for fall risk, jumped out of the room in a matter of seconds. The virtual safety attendant hit the stat alarm immediately, then called staff to let them know which direction the patient went. A code gray was called and the staff was able to locate the patient much quicker and return them back to their room.”

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