Caregivers should focus on patient care instead of dealing with bed issues. SmartCare Remote Management tells you if a bed has an error code and how to solve it, where the bed is located, and if it is occupied by a patient. This enables you to identify and proactively address bed service needs quickly...possibly even before the caregiver and patient are impacted.
Help make finding available beds for patients faster and easier. SmartCare Remote Management provides information on location, model, patient in bed status and more.
SmartCare Remote Management keeps caregivers focused on care, not filling gaps in device management. Biomed teams can stay on top of bed error codes and proactively address needed repairs.
Your care teams shouldn’t be distracted by bed servicing tasks. Remote firmware updates and bed tracking help keep them by patient bedsides, even when maintenance is ongoing.
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Have your teams implement proactive bed management without disturbing your patients or workflows. See how your maintenance processes can change when you implement SmartCare Remote Management.
Device downtime, deferred hospital bed repairs and firmware management gaps can put patient care and patient data at risk1. Discover ways to streamline processes while reducing disruption with remote management software.
The worlds of biomedical engineers and IT professionals become a little more complicated each day, and as more devices are added to your network, managing updates and preventive maintenance becomes even more complex.
The daily tasks and requirements weighing on biomed and IT departments can be extremely time intensive and complex. Employing a remote service tool like SmartCare Remote Management can give you an edge and time back in your day.
We often lean on our biomedical engineers and IT professionals to “put out fires” when experiencing an issue with a device or our network.
But we can — and should — get ahead of some things to minimize costly delays.
Medical device fleet management is critical to the health and safety of patients, but comprehensive management takes valuable time.