In 2020, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced $175 billion in relief funds, including to hospitals and other healthcare providers, as part of the CARES Act. For organizations that have received this funding, investing in a new video security solution not only enhances your response to COVID-19 but also improves your overall security for years to come.
COVID-19 vaccines are finally here, and healthcare providers are encountering new challenges around vaccine storage and security. In this crucial next phase of distribution, hospitals and healthcare facilities must keep vaccines temperature-regulated and physically secure. With reports of people sabotaging COVID-19 vaccine supplies, it’s critical to find ways to safely store vaccines and protect hospital facilities.
Rhombus Mask Detection is an efficient way to help organizations reopen safely and maintain safe environments at scale. With intelligent security cameras, a highly optimized AI neural network, and computing on the edge, Rhombus Mask Detection will automatically identify if individuals are wearing face coverings and issue real-time video alerts when they are not detected.
If you’re reading this article, then you are probably involved in the healthcare industry and tasked with implementing or managing video security. There are many things to consider when working with video security, and this article will provide what you need to know when deploying HIPAA compliant security cameras within your organization.