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STANLEY Healthcare Hugs Infant Protection (Software & Hardware) STANLEY Healthcare Hugs Infant Protection (Software & Hardware)
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STANLEY Healthcare Hugs Infant Protection (Software & Hardware)
First Look 2022

author - Niel Oscarson
Niel Oscarson
author - Braden Taylor
Braden Taylor
November 4, 2022 | Read Time: 1  minute

Newborn infants pose unique security and safety challenges for healthcare organizations, including potential abduction attempts and mother/infant mismatches. STANLEY Healthcare, recently acquired by Securitas, offers Hugs Infant Protection (software and hardware) to safeguard families and providers through real-time tracking and automated security alerts. The Hugs product line includes a legacy generation (launched in 1998) and the current generation (launched in 2014). This report examines customer experiences with the current generation of Hugs Infant Protection.

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Key Findings:

  1. STANLEY Healthcare Hugs Infant Protection Customer Experience: An Initial Look
  2. KLAS’ Points to Ponder
  3. STANLEY Healthcare: Company Profile at a Glance
  4. Solution Technical Specifications (provided by STANLEY Healthcare)
author - Jess Wallace-Simpson
Jess Wallace-Simpson
author - Mary Bentley
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Mary Bentley
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