Are your medical devices safe and in good order?

When patient safety and clinical outcomes are on the line, you need to be sure and act quickly.

Top 5 reasons why medical device safety is a huge global problem.


Top challenges for medical device safety and quality management

You struggle daily with silos of data, systems and workflows - in your organization, across facilities, and with suppliers and service providers.

Barcode scanning, RFID tags and asset management databases can help, but volumes and complexity are exploding. And then there’s connectivity and software - everything’s a snowflake:

  • You’re on the clock. Your clinical colleagues need it now.

  • You struggle to act on recalls, field notices and safety alerts, especially for cyber-security vulnerabilities and implants.

  • You’re on your back foot when it comes to incidents, adverse events and infection investigations.


Medical device safety management:

A life-cycle approach

Service Record

All parties involved in medical device management record their actions on a shared, secure registry to show appropriate actions have been taken timely. Know for sure when it matters - at the point of care.

The benefits of an enterprise ecosystem

Identify problems quickly. Dramatically reduce cycle times to protect patients through corrective and preventive actions (CAPAs).

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See the whole picture.

Overcome data, systems and organizational silos to get traceable, verifiable and auditable information across a device’s life-cycle. Our lightweight APIs are easy to integrate and adapt to your needs.

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Securely share key data.

Health systems, manufacturers, and 3rd party service providers share key information securely - from upstream in supply chains through point of care - in facility and home with patients.


Take action quickly.

Go beyond barcode scanning and RFID tracking to target specific devices fast for M&R and CAPAs. Act quickly using our cutting-edge geospatial services, data analytics and visualizations.


Duty of care enabled at the point of care.


Surgeons, nurses, and attending physicians can stay ahead of problems involving device-based interventions - in an acute care setting, clinic or at home with patients.

Biomedical engineers and quality specialists work seamlessly with their clinical colleagues and sterile services providers. No more wasted time wandering hallways or searching through data silos, only to discover a medical device isn’t safe and in good order.

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