When a baby requires care in the ICN and parents are unable to be present, we offer the Angel Eye Camera System. The Angel Eye System is a secure, HIPAA compliant, internet-based video solution where a camera is placed at the baby's bedside in the ICN, and a live feed is available for family and loved ones. There is peace of mind knowing they are logging into a secure account from a laptop, tablet or smart phone.
This program was designed to facilitate bonding even when parents, family, and friends are unable to be present in the ICN. Some of our ICN babies remain in the hospital for weeks and parents spend time at home often anxious and concerned about their baby. With the use of Angel Eye, parents are reassured that in their absence the baby is being well cared for.
The cameras enable an opportunity for virtual rounding by the ICN staff, creating continuity in communication with families when they cannot be present during routine care of their baby. Parents will receive their child's camera login information from our ICN staff. Login information may be shared by the parents to family and friends if they so desire. The central account manager will be the parents and they can manage their family and friends' accounts.
This service is made possible through generous contributions to the Doylestown Health Foundation.
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