The Medical Alert Smartwatch offers the same mobile security system as the Mobile Medical Alert System but integrates it into a watch that may have additional apps and features not included in standard PERS devices, such as heart rate monitoring, weather forecast, text messaging. The difference between a smartwatch medical alert system and a traditional wireless help button is the design of the device itself.
Traditional health alert systems use a key fob or assistance button worn on the wrist to connect callers to a 24/7 emergency center. You can speak directly through a portable emergency device to contact a call center or request emergency assistance. The watch-style personal emergency call device uses existing wireless networks to connect to emergency call centers, making it the ideal medical alert watch for anyone who needs a mobile emergency call system that works at home and in the community. The Medical Alert watch works like a traditional medical alert system with a "help button" and two-way emergency communication but goes a step further with modern features like automatic fall detection, GPS location tracking, and remote vital signs monitoring in one discreet all-in-one.
Smartwatches are ideal for those who shy away from buying a medical alert system simply because they don't like traditional devices with help buttons or are interested in high-tech watches that include extra protection for monitoring medical alarms. If you normally wear a watch anyway, you may find it easier to integrate smartwatches with alerts into your daily life than other types of devices.
Whichever brand or device you choose, make sure your device has built-in fall detection and an auto-assistance button so your loved ones can get the help they need right away when they need it. Maintaining medical monitoring services in the United States can ensure a hassle-free connection and a quick response when you need help. With the KAREWatch™ MG Medical Alert System Smartwatch features following you throughout the day, you can also feel confident knowing that you will still get the help you need if you can't reach your mobile phones or ask for help.
If your mobile system uses a wearable assist button like a femtocell, be aware that when the primary mobile device is removed to leave the home, the control buttons will not be available to anyone left at home. Moving the system is more difficult because in most cases you need to extract a second alarm package tied to a separate device. The benefit of medical alert devices is that they reduce stress and anxiety for healthcare professionals, giving loved ones the peace of mind, they need to get the care they need after an accident or injury. As an alternative to traditional medical alert systems, the KAREWatch™ MG Medical Alert System Smartwatch has a sleek and lightweight design, long-lasting battery, bright and clear display, two-way communication, water resistance, and most importantly, it has a physical SOS help button to make it super simple and clear (touching buttons is often problematic for older adults because their skin responds differently to the screen).
Get your KAREWatch™ MG Medical Alert Smartwatch today at KAREWatch.com, or call us at 855 932 KARE to start safeguarding your loved ones.
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