Facial recognition technology can be used to scan all visitors entering the facility to detect and identify individuals of interest to foster better security. It could be used to identify individuals and match them to a list of individuals who are known drug seekers or others who are no longer allowed access to the facility. Facial recognition can also ensure that unauthorized people do not gain access to restricted areas.
Facial recognition can track patients and others within a facility without the need for a physical tracking device. The system could identify whether a specific person should have access to certain floors or other restricted locations, or if they have wandered outside of their pre-defined ‘territory.’ This use case is especially relevant in nursing homes or assisted living facilities as a way of keeping patients safe.
Pairing facial recognition algorithms with cameras in patient rooms can also verify who is in the room before displaying patient health information on video screens. This use case could also activate specific activities such as turning on the charting dictation whenever a doctor enters the room.
ACE RECOGNITION SECURITY ALERTS
CCFR is state-of-the-art face recognition software which identifies people in real time from multiple live cameras, spread at multiple locations, with one control panel. CCFR allows you to identify suspects, criminals, terrorists and basically anyone you have interest in. As its name suggests CCFR can displays and send alerts upon an identification. Our innovative face recognition software provides easy operation and quick deployment, which means you can be up and running and master the software very quickly.
OUR CCFR SOLUTION
CCFR is a face recognition software for healthcare facilities which identifies patients before they get medical treatment, in order to prevent costly medical errors in identification. The CCFR starts recognizing patients when they arrive at the reception, and continues throughout the emergency room, hospital departments and in the lab. Cameras can be stationed at the reception, nurse’s desk and at the treatment cart. In addition, CCFR has a smartphone app which allows you to identify patients whenever necessary, conscious or unconscious. CCFR also allows you to fight fraud by making sure no one is impersonating in order to get medical treatment.