Equipment Management Platform (EMP)

EMP is customised cloud-based information and ordering system used to manage the uptake, distribution, and storage of new and existing medical equipment within healthcare facilities such as local health districts, hospitals, and aged care homes.

EMP delivers a homogenous, streamlined platform that improves administrative and logistical inefficiencies within a fast-paced clinical environment that ultimately improves patient health outcomes.

The system provides data insights into various workflow and logistical parameters which allows for effective and efficient patient device management. Transparency of data is key to delivering quality health outcomes, that’s why EMP is an ideal solution that can be integrated with any existing health information system to ensure quick access and minimal downtime.

EMP was developed to ensure users can take advantage of the transparency of data in different ways, for example:

Administrative staff within a ward can order, cancel, transfer or view hired medical equipment using a click of a button

Clinicians can determine whether a particular medical equipment is available to order or whether it’s on route for delivery to facilitate their clinical decision

General management can assess whether wards are exceeding their allocated budgets and if equipment is being utilised in a timely manner.

Benefits of EMP

Instant implementation and integration with existing health information systems, ensuring minimal downtime during rollout.

Quick upgrades and customization to ensure adaptability to everchanging data and clinical guidelines.

Encrypted and cloud based to ensure data integrity and ease of accessibility.

Simple UI to ensure all levels of users can navigate the platform and improve administrative workflows.

Transparency in all data to ensure KPI’s are met at all levels and ultimately relieve any financial inefficiencies within the workflow.

Ability to track existing and historical orders including and potential faulty equipment.

Ability to transfer patients to and from wards ensuring appropriate billing and minimising loss of equipment.