LITTLE ROCK, AR (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
ANGEL EYE®, an Arkansas-based healthcare technology company, has released their NICU Camera System, which allows family and friends to interact with hospitalized newborns. Users access a live feed of the infant through innovative video and audio technology via a password-protected, HIPPA-compliant web browser. Devices that can access the live feed include computers, smartphones, tablets, and other internet-enabled devices.
Everyone suffers when an infant is hospitalized. Family and friends are separated from the baby, and the infant is unable to be comforted by the visions, sounds, and other sensations they have experienced from parental and family interaction. Through the NICU Camera System, that interaction can occur at any time. Family and friends can now view the infant in their bed, while the infant can hear the voices of users through the Induction Speaker System.
“The first generation NICU Camera System was developed for use in the neonatal intensive care unit at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in 2006. This technology represented an exciting breakthrough for parents who, due to work and other obligations, were unable to stay at the hospital while their infant was treated,” said Steve Bethel, ANGEL EYE® President and CEO. “The NICU Camera System was the first technology in the United States to deliver real-time video and audio features to remote families and friends of hospitalized infants.”
ANGEL EYE’s NICU Camera System is a completely new approach to providing the best video and audio experience for parents, family members, and infants who are separated due to hospitalization. The NICU Camera System represents not only the latest technology, but it also offers short-term and long-term emotional benefits.
About ANGEL EYE®
ANGEL EYE®, an Arkansas-based healthcare technology company, is the developer of the innovative NICU Camera System. ANGEL EYE® created its system to offer hospitals an internet-based, HIPAA-compliant video and audio solution that allows family and friends to interact with hospitalized newborns at any time. For more information, visit angeleyecameras.com.