Cloud Surveillance and AI Video Analytics for Healthcare and Hospitals
Benefits of Cloud Video Surveillance and AI Analytics for Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare facilities face numerous challenges when it comes to creating a safe and welcoming environment for patients and visitors while also maintaining a high level of security. The Eagle Eye Networks cloud surveillance system and AI video analytics for healthcare is a simple, scalable, and cost-effective way to monitor for proper patient care, protect valuable assets, and ensure staff is meeting all health and safety standards.
Remote access to security cameras for easier monitoring of high-risk patients and proper staff compliance, available on iOS and Android devices.
Monitor restricted areas with best-in-class access control integrations from brands like Brivo and Salto.
Continuous delivery of cybersecurity updates and improvements reduces demands on IT resources.
Access to live and historic video for better insight into supply management (such as drugs and PPE) and liability protection.
Meet Retention Regulations at a Lower Cost
Video retention regulations for healthcare facilities vary depending on location and are subject to change. Healthcare facilities may also want to store video for longer than the minimum requirement as video evidence can be critical for liability protection.
With the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS, there’s no need to buy and install new hardware when video retention requirements change. The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS is a true cloud video surveillance system, meaning it’s simple and easy to adjust the video retention in real-time on a per camera basis, up to 20 years, right from your dashboard.
Protect Restricted Areas with Access Control Integrations
Whether it’s due to equipment or sensitive patient information, protecting restricted areas is vital for healthcare facilities. Eagle Eye Networks offers integrations with best-in-class access control systems for a fully integrated security solution. Correlate video with access control events and associate cameras with doors or other sensors linked to your access control account.