Wello® Solutions Help Stop Infection Spread
Stopping the spread of infection must start at the source – identifying and preventing the spread of disease is paramount.
The wello® Solution family of products helps defend against these risks. They can automatically identify visitors or staff members with elevated temperatures at your facility and notify your staff before disease spreads.
WelloStationX™ Helps Keep Infections Out
It only takes one person to spread disease, and they might not be aware they’re a spreader. Elevated body temperature is the leading indicator of contagiousness but was difficult to easily and accurately screen for – until now.
How welloStationX™ Works
The welloStationX™ is a hands-free, self-service, high-volume body temperature screening unit. When the station detects a person with an elevated temperature, an on-screen notification appears. Then, the individual’s time and date stamped photograph are emailed confidentially to your staff, helping your employees stay germ-free while preventing the potentially contagious person from spreading the infection to others.
For people with temperatures below the threshold , the welloStationX™ prints out an “I’m wello” sticker they can wear during their visit or workday, making their ”wello” status clear.
The welloStationX™ solution helps provide you with a barrier of defense against the spread of disease in three important ways:
- Identifying potentially contagious people without risk to staff
- Notifying personnel of visitors or employees who may be contagious
- Help reduce the risk of infection spread by keeping potentially contagious people away from vulnerable populations
Clinically tested, FDA-Cleared, and proven in hospitals and care centers across the country, welloStationX™ provides temperature data that helps companies and care providers act before infections become epidemics.
*welloStationX does not diagnose or treat any conditions. People found to have elevated temperatures are encouraged to reach out to their physician for an official diagnosis.