ISO13485 healthcare management software

ISO13485 specifies requirements for a quality management system where a healthcare organization must demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer requirements and applicable legal requirements. All ISO 13485 requirements are specific to organizations that supply medical devices, regardless of the type or size of the organization.

ISO13485 IoT Track and Trace software

With the help of the IoT All-Trace software from Improvement-IT it is possible to register and coordinate the entire life cycle of medical devices. In addition to the current status of all resources such as wheelchairs, beds and infusion pumps, the entire history is stored for each aid. The following processes are registered using an advanced PDA app:

  • Issue
  • Intake
  • Inspect
  • Repair
  • Cleaning

Internet of Things (IoT) Technology: 2D, RFID, UWB, BLE and LoRa

With the help of IoT technology we optimize the work processes at your healthcare institution. An identification code is mounted on each object. The Alltrack track and trace platform works separately from the technology used to register a device on the work floor. For example, an asset can easily be scanned piece by piece using a (2D Data Matrix or QR) Barcode or an aid can be plotted on your floor plan to an accuracy of 10 cm using an Ultra Wide Band system. It is important to look at the work process to see which technology is most beneficial to your healthcare institution at low costs.

Ease of use through our APP

Improvement-IT has been implementing logistics solutions and software since 2007 that is used by people in operational processes. We have experienced that a maximum training time for our software of 15 minutes ensures that employees actually use the software. This makes it possible to optimally manage your infusion pumps, beds and other medical devices.

We are happy to visit you for a no-obligation introduction and demonstration.

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