CureTrack

CureTrack

Patient safety most important

Let our process innovations work for you. By supporting your internal logistics in real time, you will ensure that all your internal quality agreements are 100% compliant. Demonstrable in real time and clearly reportable.

Scarcity of nursing staff

CureTrack helps you free up scarce nursing time. We take care of logistics tasks for nurses and thus create more time for the patient.

SEARCH NO MORE

Searching for resources by nurses, medical technicians, OR employees is a thing of the past. CureTrack ensures that resources are where they belong, in the nursing department, at the technical medical service for maintenance, in your central warehouse for storage.

INCREASED USAGE RATES

With CureTrack we also increase the occupancy rates of all your medical supplies. Fewer resources on location, fewer operational costs, which in particular leads to major one-off cost benefits when purchasing new resources.

NEW HYGIENE PRINCIPLE

We introduce a completely new hygiene principle. Nothing leaves a patient’s room if it is not cleaned. This makes a major contribution to the increasingly important infection prevention, but also gives a lot of peace of mind internally for logistics operators and medical technicians.

No technology push

CureTrack uses the RePoint multi technology interface whereby we link with every track and trace technology as required. Of course our apps are the core of the solution. Your logistics employees are provided with all necessary information in real time.

CURETRACK DELIVERS UMCG LOGISTICS EFFICIENCY BASED ON REAL-TIME DATA

The University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) started in 2015 with the implementation of CureTrack, a smart automation concept from RePoint from Heerenveen, specialized in logistics processes in healthcare provision. The RTLS system (Real Time Location System) provides real-time usage data to efficiently and patient-oriented manage logistical flows of medical devices. Main profit: more economical inventory management, reduction of search times, reduction of operational costs and assurance of cleaning and maintenance procedures. After the implementation for all newly purchased beds, the UMCG recently started the follow-up implementation of the infusion pumps.

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