First of all, congratulations.
There is no formal requirement to do so, and that means that you are actively trying to improve the health standards of your people on board.
Most likely it is a device like the ones supplied by the major suppliers, like these two.
Both of these devices work great, but the cost and complexity of the first one and the lack of additional vital functions on the second one, give a lot of room for improvement.
And this is where we come in.
I came up with the idea of BlueCross in 2020 while being lucky enough to work as a Chief Officer in a company that valued its crew enough to spend a lot of money on making sure they are healthy. So they spend thousands on buying the best device they could find, like the first picture.
But there was a problem. It would take 30 minutes to an hour of my schedule just to get a single Vitals reading and transmit that to the company - provided that everything went smooth and I had the manual at hand.
What if I couldn’t go and take the vitals myself, what If I had to send one of my officers. What if he has never done that in the past? Maybe it will take up his entire overtime instead, him and the person who he is using as a patient. On top of that, what if there is an internet loss onboard - there is no way the Senior officers can make any sense of the results as they are not medical practitioners.
That’s where Vitals Signs Pro + comes into play.