How can ISA artificial intelligence improve quality of life?
An institution equipped with a modern fall detection solution strengthens its reputation and brand image with families.
Autonomous and non-intrusive, ISA has the intelligence to detect all types of falls while automatically documenting each incident.
Thus, the information provided by ISA enables the right decisions to be made for the well-being of individuals, caregivers, and the entire institution.
Patients feel safe
The ISA solution goes beyond the simple detection of risky behavior. It allows you to review the images of what happened before, during and after the fall in order to personalize the care of the patient.
If the fall is due to a problem with muscle strength or balance, the physiotherapist will intervene specifically with regard to the analysis of the fall.
Did the resident fall while sitting in a wheelchair? The occupational therapist will teach the patient how to manage transfers properly.
A well-identified cause will also make it possible to implement solutions that are not necessarily expensive or complex, but which will significantly improve the quality of people’s lives.
Privacy is fully respected
The issue of privacy, both for individuals and for the healthcare team, is particularly close to our hearts. We did an exhaustive analysis of the privacy issue with a specialized law firm.
The sensors do not make it possible to identify anyone and only the data necessary for the proper maintenance of the fall register are kept.
The ISA system is not there to monitor everyone’s work, it is part of a quality process. This approach must take into account the analysis of errors, without stigmatizing people.
Fall prevention and sharing knowledge are facilitated
Documenting falls allows them to be analyzed in order to gain more knowledge, for example by organizing think tanks to share different points of view. It will then be easy to check what can be improved for the care of patients, the equipment of the premises or their furnishings, etc.
Understanding the context and the direct consequences of falls provides information on what could have been achieved in the best way, by checking whether the recommendations have been followed.
Discover the advantages of a fall detector
Reduce time spent on the ground
Healthcare staff are notified in real time to reduce how long it takes to react and intervene
Analyze the causes of falls
The recordings 2 minutes before and after the fall provide tangible elements for analysis
Improve the quality of service
More information to promote the well-being of the elderly and caregivers