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Every minute of every day, in hundreds of communities throughout North America, public safety and healthcare professionals count on FirstWatch to turn raw data into useful information, in real time. We can help you use the data you're already collecting for enhanced situational awareness, improved operational effectiveness, and better outcomes.





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Improve operational and clinical performance by monitoring KPI’s and adherence to patient care protocols.

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Situational Awareness

Early recognition of suspicious activity, crime trends, arson patterns and other incidents of interest, including activities around high-threat facilities.

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