NotifyTM Launches Software-as-a-Service Offering of Nurse Call System
MINNETONKA, MN–Notify, an innovative mobile call and alert system uniquely designed for senior communities, today announced the launch of its software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering that combines everything a community needs in a nurse call system into one easy-to-use mobile app.
Many communities are dissatisfied with their nurse call system or consider it an afterthought, but a complete installation of a new software and hardware system is cost-prohibitive or too disruptive to operations. By offering the software as a service (SaaS), Notify can work with a community’s existing Inovonics hardware to give the staff and residents the seamless, instant communication and integration they deserve from their call and alert technology.
“We’re excited to offer our cutting-edge nurse-call technology as a SaaS product. This allows communities to forgo the high cost of hardware replacement and provides them with a state-of-the-art system at a fraction of the cost,” said Greg Robertson, general manager of Notify.
Instead of relying on multiple devices, Notify combines everything you need to respond to resident calls into one app that is accessible from a single community-provided mobile device. Notify integrates with your EHR solution, automatically capturing call requests and event details while streamlining resident data and strengthening reporting, billing and administrative tasks.
Automated recording of call requests, response times, outcomes, services provided and more ensures when residents or loved ones have questions about calls or emergency events, the staff can provide a detailed accounting of the activity, even if days or months later. This fosters transparency, accountability and trust across the entire resident care team.
“Notify has taken our facility into the 21st century and has truly made life very simple for our staff and residents,” said an administrator at Fox Ridge Assisted Living. “The implementation of Notify has ensured continuity of care, faster response time and overall better communication between staff and resident.”