EQ2 Product Manager Rich Sable talked with TechNation Magazine live at the AAMI 2018 annual event, discussing the EQ2 silver anniversary, specifics of CMMS for healthcare, new product announcements, and the difference of using HEMS for large and small hospitals.
The Company Will be Celebrating the Milestone While Introducing New Feature-Rich Products for its CMMS at the AAMI 2018 Conference and Expo.
Successfully Implementing and Executing an AEM (Alternative Equipment Maintenance) Program Can Seem Daunting but Following a Sound Strategy Can Make all the Difference for an HTM Department
Both Product Manager Rich Sable and Chief Technology Officer Vishal Malhotra are part of the Technation cover story on CMMS: What You Need in the 21st Century – Current Capabilities and Shortfalls
As EQ2 reaches our 25th birthday in 2018, the company is the subject of a feature profile in Technation Magazine!
AAMI’s Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology (BI&T) publication talked with EQ2 CTO Vishal Malhotra for an in-depth discussion on the role of CMMS in healthcare. The article is enlightening for those who hope to better understand the evolution and future of CMMS in healthcare technology management (HTM).
EQ2 is growing and seeking a dedicated professional who is excited to participate in new product development and new modules for existing products.
EQ2 Product Manager Rich Sable chatted with DOTmed HealthCare Business News about topics such as his transition from the hospital side as a Manager of Clinical Engineering, AEM and Regulatory Compliance, and the value of HEMS II.
Learn about EQ2’s new Product Manager Rich Sable in this video as he talks MedWrench, what he does for EQ2, his love of music, and advice for those going into Healthcare Technology Management. You can also read more about him as MedWrench’s November 2017 Guru of the Month.
Rich Sable was recently named Product Manager at EQ2, LLC where he manages the customer experience and product development for the company’s HEMS® CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System). He had been providing customer education for HEMS for a number of years and was the Manager of Clinical Engineering at St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton, NJ.