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Jane is much more than a regular alarm button, here is why.

It’s not a secret, future caretakers and the healthcare sector have to deal with more complexity in elderly care. Everyone has his own unique support request and personal freedom is an important values to keep in mind. With Jane, we want to be sure of the most efficient and professional care solution. Due to the combination of hardware and technology, we improve some topics in comparison with a traditional alarm button.

For example:

When a senior pushes their traditional button, the care giver can’t check history. With Jane you combine an action or a habit with data. Healthcare professionals get a better overview of their patients with Jane. Planning becomes easier, work becomes more efficient and the quality of the care itself improves. Moreover, each organisation determines for itself which actors are linked to Jane. The interplay of alarm buttons, motion sensors, and artificial intelligence make Jane a unique solution that allows caregivers to monitor their elders.

What is scenario thinking?

Scenario thinking is a discipline to have more insight of the daily routine. It is about collecting moment in terms of data and make a fast decision when their is a deviation. Scenario thinking makes it possible to accelerate faster without extra worload.

Technology and the deployment of scenario scan support the care by answering individual questions without overlook our beloved senior. On the contrary, volunteers, family, carers and care centers (like z-plus) are more focused and personal involved in the support A care center can supervise these measurements, monitor them, and provide feedback to the attending physician. This is necessary to have ensure the best care without extra pressure and workload of care professionals.

“Based on a unique combination of data, Jane review whether there is an anomaly. Which then automatically by the system be converted into a notification”.

What's the added value?

The added value of scenario thinking is having more insights in the habits of the elderly. Combining data from multiple sources, that’s one of the strengths of Jane. Collecting data of multiple sensors leads to more accurate recording and interpration. Having those insights has an impact on the state of mind of the care circle. The family, friends and the professional care team has much more ease because they can intervene faster if their are any deviations. Even better, if their is no deviation, the care giver can check the health status in real time.

“The care circle has much more ease because of Jane”.

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The most personal care solution.

"If Mariette hasn't been in the kitchen by 10am, I want to receive a notification".

Jane create a care solution that combines the control of a traditional care system with the security of a future-oriented system based on care rules, abnormal patterns of behavior and artificial intelligence -  All those notifications - instant, intelligent and customized - we communicate effortlessly in any care setting. So it's almost impossible to miss a notification, even in cases of loss of consciousness or forgetting an alarm button.

Help can be offered more quickly and sometimes even preventively. Scenarios provide clients a safer living situation. Scenarios also give clients more freedom. This is because fewer false notifications are sent to the caregivers. So there is less (unnecessary) checking to do.

Care professionals only receive reports that matter, while still collecting a lot of data that is important for the evaluation of the care.