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Managing medical device life cycles is an important part of running a healthcare facility. Without maintaining equipment, your organization runs the risk of non-compliance, as well as lowering the standard of patient care.

Yet, managing medical device life cycles using only paper and pen is no easy task. That’s why healthcare facilities are turning to software to handle the brunt of the work. With programs like those available through MedTrainer, administrators can streamline medical device life cycle management like never before. Here’s an overview of how utilizing software to manage medical equipment can save your organization both time and money:

Better Management and Monitoring


Each healthcare facility has a long list of equipment that its employees have to closely monitor. Making sure devices undergo maintenance and are ready to use is a time-consuming process. Thankfully, healthcare technology can make the task far less tedious for those in charge of maintaining medical devices and equipment.

Monitoring medical device life cycles has become easier than ever with the help of management software. When all your data is stored in the same centralized location, you can quickly access information at a moment’s notice. This will save you and your coworkers the hassle of shuffling through paperwork every time you need to perform equipment lifecycle management. Using a virtual spreadsheet is quick and easy and lets you devote more time to other tasks.

Easily Perform Upkeep


Keeping track of when you need to perform maintenance can be a challenge. But, by using equipment lifecycle management software, scheduling maintenance services or ordering replacements is much more manageable. An equipment management system can send out alerts and reminders to let staff know when tasks need completion, reducing the chances that something may be overlooked. Vendors and distributors can also be easily identified streamlining any maintenance or repair tasks.

Improves Patient Care


Think about why you manage the lifecycle of medical devices in the first place. The primary purpose of managing product life cycles is to provide a high-level of care for patients. Being able to effectively and efficiently maintain the equipment your facility uses is also critical to the well-being of your staff. 

If you’ve been looking for an easy-to-use equipment management program to make life at your facility easier, then MedTrainer has you covered. From healthcare compliance solutions to incident reporting programs and much more, MedTrainer provides clear-cut solutions for healthcare facilities looking to save time, money, and provide the best care possible to their patients. Contact us today for more information.