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Medical Equipment Tracking for Hospitals

Hunting down equipment is time-consuming and frustrating for medical staff, leading to dissatisfaction and impacting patient care. In addition, lack of visibility into actual usage causes overspending and reduced equipment effectiveness that ultimately affects healthcare efficiency. The Leverege Medical Equipment Tracking solution offers real-time tracking, equipment utilization monitoring, and automated maintenance alerts which enhances operational effectiveness, reduces financial waste, and ensures a higher standard of patient care.

Infectious Disease Containment

Hospital administrators can quickly and easily contain infectious incidents and track down any affected equipment for sanitization.

Real-time Inventory Overview

Hospital employees now have access to the real-time location of all hospital equipment, letting them focus on the important work they do every day.

New Insights into Equipment Utilization

Hospital administrators can look into equipment utilization to improve ordering, stock management, and more.

Stop Wasting Time Searching for Equipment

Instantly Find Equipment with Real-time Location

Spend less time just looking for equipment and more time doing valuable work, meaning decreased staff turnover and improved patient care.

Allocate Equipment Effectively with Utilization Monitoring

Enhance Resource Allocation

Identify underutilized or overutilized equipment to allocate resources efficiently. Optimizing equipment use can lead to cost savings of up to 35%.

Prevent Equipment Shortages

Receive alerts when running low on equipment and supplies to proactively replenish them, making sure the right equipment is always available.

Simplify the Maintenance Process with Automated Alerts

Prolong Equipment Lifespan

Perform timely maintenance, reducing equipment breakdowns. This can extend the lifespan of medical devices, potentially saving up to 12% in replacement costs.

Increase Patient Safety

Reduce the risk of malfunctions during critical procedures. Proactive maintenance can decrease adverse events by up to 15%, improving patient safety and outcomes.

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