Advanced technology but very easy to use


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

One of the most difficult problems in design and manufacture of any electronic product is how to incorporate advanced features and at the same time ensure that it remains easy to use. Courtney-Thorne consistently maintain this as a guiding principle in the design of their radio nurse call products. On the surface their Radio Nurse Call System is easy to use with a minimal amount of buttons and switches, however the technology used provides some of the most sophisticated features currently available. Some of the recent developments include a Radio Interface and Call Logging Programme for connection to a computer. This allows a record of all calls received on the nurse call system to be displayed, analysed and printed if necessary. It keeps a constant check that all Room Units are functioning and indicates the time of any calls and when they were dealt with. This sort of information can be a great protection to the Care Home in the event of allegations being made about call response times. The Radio Interface a





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