Helping healthcare professionals deliver the best care in any situation
Healthcare professionals deliver the best care no matter what. In an emergency you want to reduce confusion and direct efforts that facilitate good care. evigilo's solution allows you to instantly inform any group of people you choose (geo-targeted, role-bases, patients, at home, etc.), quietly, privately or publicly. It will save lives, it will improve recovery, and it will work when you will need it most.
With evigilo you have the tools to: know, act, in time.
evigilo is not a prevention system – it is what you use when something bad already happened. It is a reliable, bi-directional, multi-channel and proven, mass-notification system, designed for and tested in cases of emergency. It allows you to warn employees and instruct them to safety, to inform clients, to receive information from different sites, all in real-time. It is the difference between chaos and control, between a disaster and a contained situation.
Use cases range from external natural events such as a storm, an earthquake or a flood, through accidents, fires, hazmat to cyber-attacks, outages or security breaches.
It is the system you put in place when you want to know that in case you actually need it – it will perform flawlessly.
Emergency staffing – when every second counts
A mass-casualty event demands all-hands-on-deck – evigilo allows you to call any size group of nurses, doctors or other professionals, instantly. It means they will be there fast. It also means that your people will be free to work (instead of trying to alert people one by one). evigilo is a multi-channel system – it will find your people wherever
Controlling serious events
In case of an emergency, while the people on the ground are treating, containing and in general dealing with patients, managers need to know what is happening so they can prepare the next stage. Healthcare is not only about the "now" – it is about understanding the whole picture and preparing for tomorrow. evigilo provides managers with visibility about what is happening on the ground with bi-directional reporting.