A proactive approach to protection

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

By JON HILL, director of sales, Mirasys UK

There is a huge need for effective security around the healthcare sector. In care homes, theft and patient tracking are among the chief concerns for management, and CCTV can go some way to address all of these.

For care homes operating on tight budgets, CCTV systems must pay for themselves. Due to competing pressures on so few staff, there is often little time allocated to proactive security matters. When evaluating the pros and cons of CCTV, users must consider how the system can benefit the care home relative to its initial and ongoing costs. In this sens

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