LifeBot® Introduces First EMS Telemedicine and Digital Workstation for Emergency Preparedness
LifeBot® introduces the first and only full VOIP digital based EMS communications workstation. The workstation is the only combined EMS telemedicine and communications workstation with compatibility and interoperability with digital radio systems including 700MHz P25, 800 MHz trunked, UHF, VHF, TETRA, and Phone/PSTN systems. It is the first with the ability to talk throughout the Emergency Department using a portable telephone on both radio and telephone channels. The system fully integrates all communications with centralized digital recording of all channels and calls.
Major features include:
° TelePresence: Video conferencing, video recording, instant messaging and data transfers may all be performed between hospital facilities, hospital departments, and ambulances.
° P25 700MHz: Add wireless broadband capacity and redundacy to 700 MHz P25 deployments enabling EMS telemedicine.
° Ambulance Telemedicine: Fully deployable with LifeBot® prehospital ambulance based telemedicine systems.
° STEMI 12-lead ECG: High capacity broadband compatible with ALL manufacturer’s 12-lead and ePCR software systems.
° Multicast: Instantly group multicast or conference using voice or video teleconferencing during major emergencies.
° Grants: Qualifies for existing rural broadband, interoperative State, Homeland Security and HRSA grant proposals.
° Rapid Information Access: Includes custom private portal system for fast access to protocols, SOPs, and any critical information sharing for emergency preparedness.
° TeleTrauma: Send live or recorded video or images directly from the scene to hospital and surgeons or neurologists.
° TeleStroke: Perform live or recorded stroke assessments in the field and/or from the home with videoconferencing.
° Upgrade Path: Upgradeable to future LifeBot® patented technologies for ED teletriage and telehealth home care.
LifeBot® provides exclusive patented telemedicine and telehealth solutions and digital collaborative systems to eliminate disparate communications issues during emergencies with full interoperability. We also integrate next generation broadband capabilities not inherent in todays interoperative digital radio communications so the benefits of achieving telemedicine, telehealth, and emergency preparedness objectives may all be fully realized.
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