Anyone paying attention over the last 20 years knows that improvements have been immense in the way data is collected, stored and accessed the healthcare industry. Electronic Medical Records (EMR) assist physicians and medical facilities share patient data to improve treatment and track progress. We notice our nurses taking notes on an iPad, while the doctor shows us x-ray results on his tablet or laptop. Gone are the days of handwritten notes and banks of filing cabinets. Biomedical records for equipment inspections and service history should have progressed along with the rest of the healthcare industry…but we haven’t witnessed that outside the hospital. If only there was a revolutionary program that improved efficiency of the practice without requiring software installation and tens of thousands of dollars in investment. Spoiler alert: there is.
What Do We Mean, “Feature-Rich”?
Calendar Feature to view years into the future
Email reminders 60, 30 and 0 days prior to inspections
Service history downloadable on any piece of equipment
Inventory lists available in PDF or Excel
Ability to email any page in eBT
Unlimited sites can be loaded
Task logs stored and time-stamped
Daily data back-ups
Remote storage in multiple locations to mitigate risk of natural disasters
Google Earth used for sites and equipment location
Ability to connect directly with your local technician
Store service manuals in eBioTrack