Keep Compliant on All Fronts.
Comply with federal regulation and keep all important equipment documentation organized, such as equipment maintenance logs, repair records, warranties, contracts, or service reports.
Create an equipment class with a group of the same assets and add their basic information.
Create instances of specific items within a master equipment to manage different assets of the same kind.
Quickly find specific equipment and its exact physical location within your facilities.
Control equipment property status (leased or owned), monthly payments, retailer information, and equipment use life.
Define the parameters that will be inspected in maintenance operations and services.
Easily link equipment with its corresponding contracts or documents from your Docs and Policies or Contract Management tools.
Track rooms in your healthcare facilities that require maintenance logs as well.
Attach equipment photos, documents, service guides, and how-to videos on each item to facilitate the maintenance process.
Create equipment types to simplify searches and categorization.
Download PDFs of maintenance and repairment logs for easy reporting.
Streamline Maintenance Operations.
Register master equipment with its detailed information such as manufacturer, tier level, or type.
Create as many individual equipment items as needed to keep records over each specific unit throughout your facilities and locations.
Upload equipment photos and attach important files such as warranties, lease or buying contracts, and other related documentation.
4. Set calendars
Set preventative maintenance dates to notify the assigned responsible about the equipment’s upcoming maintenance and contracts expirations.
Set the parameters for each equipment maintenance and record every repair, service, and inspection in a completely digital environment.