Personalized call for help system for hospitalized patients
The HospiKol system facilitates direct communication between the patient and their care team
The system sends specified requests that are triaged and delegated to the appropriate care team member.
Patient presses nurse call button for help
The call is received at the nurse station
No insight into the need or severity of the call
If no one is at the desk, the call is unanswered
Many calls remain active for an excessive amount of time and when answered, nurses have to walk back and forth many times to bring the supplies and devices needed to provide care
Hospikol enables inpatients in the ward to receive an effective and prompt response from the treating staff.
The system monitors the hospitalized calls and allows the staff to give an appropriate response in a short time and according to the level of urgency.
The HospiKol system can help saves lives through its easy to use platform, suitable for all types of smartphones and tablets
The system oversees the department requests and tracks activity.
The system prioritizes the requests based on urgency and delegates them to the care team, support staff and others according to the patient’s needs.
The system includes staff and room management.
HospiKol was developed in partnership with the maternity department of Hadassah Hospital, Mt. Scopus. As of January 2020, the department and its nurses are enjoying the benefits of this technological innovation
The system can be customized to any hospital, department, or healthcare facility
This product is developed by Hilma
Hilma is an NGO founded by high-tech executives in 2018 to make Israel a global leader in social high-tech (Social-Tech).
Hilma develops technological solutions in the fields of health, education, and welfare. The primary focus is on disadvantaged populations and people with disabilities and instituting technological and social leadership among young populations.
Hilma develops technological solutions for the target populations of nonprofits, hospitals, and government ministries.
This way, we empower both the disadvantaged and the disabled who use technological solutions and the social services providers in Israel.
Hilma has a vibrant development center in Jerusalem that houses 60 young developers
50 of them are women!