EQ2, LLC, a leader in CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Systems) for the healthcare market with its “HEMS®” family of products has announced a new integration with Ordr – the leader in agentless security for all connected devices. The HTM (Healthcare Technology Management) team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) is the first to utilize the new integration.
EQ2 LLC has introduced a HEMS cloud-only CMMS configuration called HEMS Essentials. “Once installed and users trained, the modules can provide productivity payback in less than three-years,” Eichberger says. The company also offers FastKey™ software, which provides hospitals with a tool for managing and keeping a history of all key requests, assignments and retirements.”
EQ2, LLC – a leader in healthcare asset management software (CMMS) – has announced a new integration with STANLEY Healthcare’s Real-Time Locating System (RTLS) platform to support a wide range of use cases impacting care delivery throughout the enterprise.
This integration enables asset information in EQ2’s HEMS® (Hospital Equipment Management System) CMMS to be updated in STANLEY Healthcare’s MobileView software, while real-time location information for individual assets is sent to HEMS.
In the 2021 Edition of the 24×7 Magazine CMMS Roundtable, Kim Stovall of EQ2 Looks Back on Trends that Emerged in CMMS for Healthcare During the Past Year While Looking Forward to New Innovations
In the short video Rich Sable provides a brief overview of the company and our products, along with screenshots. In the article, he and the rest of the participants go deeper into CMMS considerations for hospitals.
EQ2, LLC Releases Version 8 of its HEMS CMMS Software that Adds the Features and Enhancements Most Sought After by Hospitals.
EQ2, industry peers and thought leaders at the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) collaborated to standardize how medical device information is configured.
Product Manager Rich Sable:
“HEMS Enterprise devotes an entire section in the inventory module to documenting network information, which makes it easy to identify assets with reported symptoms of malicious activity from your network security team. Additionally, the CMMS allows HTM managers to define a network risk level for a model or set model specific network IT fields, and this is displayed on the equipment inventory dashboard or within the mobile products. By documenting and reporting this type of information, the HTM manager can partake in the organization’s cybersecurity program. HEMS Enterprise also supports integrations with IoT/IoMT vendors which will further enhance your cybersecurity program for medical devices, especially when interfacing with network-based cybersecurity “appliances” using the CMMS’s API.”
[Product Manager Richard Sable]: “Essentially, a CMMS will become the network hub for all associated internet of things and AI applications. It will provide a comprehensive view of all the systems that both create and distribute tasks to the appropriate work unit or shop.”
EQ2 Co-presenting with Both Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in TechNation webinars!
These sessions were originally scheduled for the now-cancelled MD Expo Irvine 2020 event.
The sessions will first be available for on-demand viewing the week of July 27 – 30 and will remain available for the next few months on the TechNation webinar page. Earn CEUs by viewing the webinars!