Rich Sable joined Matt Baretich, Founder of Baretich Engineering; D. Courtney Nanney, National Quality Manager at Catholic Health Initiatives; Seth Blanchard, Biomedical Site Coordinator, WakeMed Health & Hosptials; and Thomas Todro, Engineer with The Joint Commission in this TechNation AEM Story, talking about how to make an AEM program successful
“One factor to consider is the longevity of the CMMS vendor because this is directly related to their knowledge and experience with HTM needs and regulatory compliance. Another factor to consider is the delivery model such as SaaS or in-house servers because many IT departments will dictate the delivery model, and a vendor that offers both solutions will better meet their IT department’s needs.”
EQ2’s CEO Joe Eichberger Speaks Directly to TechNation Readers in a Featured Company Profile in the September 2019 Issue
Both Product Manager Rich Sable and Chief Technology Officer Vishal Malhotra are part of the Technation cover story on Optimizing Your CMMS: Much More than PM Schedules
Discussion at AAMI 2019 on products for Biomed, Facilities, and Supply Chain: the HEMS Remote mobile app, Performance and Benchmarking Analyzer, Total Asset Management, and FASTKEY.
“Maintenance software expands its applications” is a comprehensive look at CMMS and the technologies they can connect to
EQ2’s focus in 2019 is to continue to innovate CMMS products that make it easier for hospitals to maintain compliance and a safe environment of care, while improving efficiencies. At the AAMI annual expo we will be discussing our next generation mobile app, Performance and Benchmarking Analyzer, Total Asset Management, and lock/key management.
EQ2 Product Manager Rich Sable penned a column for 24×7 Magazine describing how benchmarking in healthcare if done right can lead to numerous benefits for individual departments, individual locations of a health system, and the health system as a whole.
AAMI’s Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology (BI&T) publication talked with EQ2 CTO Vishal Malhotra as part of a big cover story on artificial intelligence in the March/April 2019 issue. In the story, Vishal says: “AI will help us increase equipment uptime and minimize maintenance costs, and it’s going to reduce the total cost of ownership of devices.”
We enjoyed presenting to the large and talented TechNation audience of HTM and Biomed professionals.