Acoustic Monitoring: a non intrusive commitment to care
a non intrusive commitment to care
Acoustic Monitoring is an intelligent nurse call system which supports staff in improving care quality and providing greater privacy for residents, while reducing operational costs.
Acoustic Monitoring supports staff in improving care quality and providing greater privacy for residents, while helping reduce operational costs.
CLB’s intelligent nurse call modules, apps and interfaces
C1600 Acoustic Monitoring and Nurse Call ModuleThe C1600 combines nurse call & Acoustic Monitoring in a single, stylish, user-friendly module.
Nurse Call DisplayThe Nurse Call Display gives staff an overview of all active notifications, per floor or per ward, on a single screen.
CLB MessengerThe CLB Messenger app enables users to accept and reject calls, establish audio & video connections, open doors, create alarms and view alarm locations - all in a single app interface.
CLB HandsetsCLB Handsets are designed for easy operation by hospital patients and care home residents. Various models are available to exactly match patient needs, abilities and available bedside services. The contemporary, yet robust design meets the high standards required for use in healthcare environments.
CLB Event HandlerDesigned with a focus on user-friendliness, the CLB Event Handler receives alerts as incidents happen and provides at-a-glance information tagged with priority-identifying icons, so operators immediately know where to focus attention. A single mouse click on the item connects the operator with the room and displays status and all relevant patient data, as well as the available in-room monitoring devices.
Acoustic Monitoring is suitable for
Celebrating 20 years of Acoustic Monitoring
Acoustic Monitoring is a proven solution which has been around for more than two decades. Over the years, it has evolved along with developments in technology and design standards.
CQC acknowledges benefits of Acoustic Monitoring
At Drovers House in Rugby, CQC inspectors reported that its Acoustic Monitoring system enabled staff to respond more promptly and appropriately to people’s support needs during the night. For more information, read the CQC State of Care report 2016/17 here (page 48).
CLB Acoustic Monitoring in the media
- July 4, 2017
257,000+ care receivers and counting
Introducing acoustic monitoring has significantly improved the quality of care we can provide during the night while significantly reducing the overall cost
It wasn’t until I started as an (AM2) operator that I realized what I had missed when making rounds. We now know much better what’s going on than before when we were making rounds.
The new system really works. One of our service users who is at risk of falling was heard getting up on the system and we were able to get to her before she managed to get out of bed and potentially hurt herself.
Being able to set the sound system to detect the slightest sound – i.e. the onset of a seizure activity has proved very effective.
CLB specialises in the development, production, installation and service of innovative integrated communication and alert systems to hospitals and care homes. CLB’s unique solutions support staff in improving care quality and providing greater privacy for residents, while at the same time reducing operational costs.
Established in 1981 and based in the Netherlands, CLB’s reputation is built on its extensive experience within the health and social care sector.
CLB’s innovative Acoustic Monitoring solutions monitor tens of thousands of residents and have completely transformed the learning disabilities care market.