(PRWEB) January 11, 2012
When Jeron Electronic Systems engineered its Provider 790 nurse call platform, the design team was focused on more than just streamlining patient-to-staff communication in the acute care environment. The Provider 790 system delivers not only a facility-wide networked nurse call solution with the widest spectrum of critical alerting and communication options, but also simplifies the installation and ongoing support for system integrators and hospital personnel.
Ericka Baran, Vice President at Jerons Chicago headquarters and manufacturing center, put it this way: Whether you are a hospital administrator or a systems integrator, time is money from installation labor, service time, or the lost revenue from patient rooms that cant be used because a critical system, such as nurse call, isnt working. The longer it takes to install a system or to service a damaged component, the more time and money it costs a facility. Provider 790 was designed for quick installation and has the tools that give 24/7 system availability with a minimum of support time.
To simplify installation, Provider 790 offers:
Standardized CAT cabling throughout costly custom cabling and extra power cabling is not required
Plug-and-play stations and dome lights with RJ connectors and automatic addressing simply plug in a station and its ready to go
Surface mount stations and dome lights eliminates the need and extra cost of custom back boxes
The ongoing maintenance benefits and streamlined support are built in too:
LED dome lights means there are no bulbs to burn out or replace
Tilt-release patient station receptacles eliminate damage to stations from call cords and pillow speakers that are accidentally pulled out
Automatic addressing means stations and dome lights can be hot-swapped and are then automatically programmed into the system
Remote system administration and troubleshooting offers complete system monitoring and management from the technicians office or an offsite location
Steve Hagedorn, the systems sales representative for Carter Brothers Chicago, a distributor that sells and installs Jeron systems, explains: The 790 system uses structured cabling with standard RJ45 connectors, so it makes it easy to pre-test the wiring before the stations and dome lights are installed. Weve handled nurse call systems for years and this is the easiest system to get up and running that weve experienced. We couldnt ask for anything more.
The system is now available through factory-trained and Provider 790-certified Jeron distributors across North America who deliver comprehensive, one-stop local services consultation, integration, and support to Jeron healthcare customers.