On average, a health system’s medical equipment will sit idle for 58 percent of its lifespan, tying up finite capital planning budgets in redundant purchases that are estimated to be as high as 25 percent of a single hospital’s inventory. To address this, Cohealo, a platform for sharing equipment, has launched Cohealo Track, a SaaS-based solution that leverages case information from a hospital system’s electronic health record (EHR) to provide actionable insights into medical equipment utilization. Deployed within a single facility or across a hospital network, Cohealo Track can help to reduce capital expenditures, decrease rental costs and improve efficiency. Cohealo Track is for the perioperative suite, with plans to expand to both in- and out-patient settings.
“Existing solutions to measure and improve equipment utilization, such as RFID chips and leasing services, fall short for addressing the needs of a large health system,” said Michael Kerner, former CEO at Bon Secours Hampton Roads. “Without a solution like Cohealo Track that provides valuable and accurate data on equipment utilization, executives are operating in a vacuum when it comes to making significant purchasing decisions.”
Cohealo Track is the foundational analytics engine that powers Cohealo’s award-winning equipment sharing technology. By knowing where, when and how often medical equipment is used, Cohealo Track finds opportunities to optimize these assets and drive greater returns on a hospital’s capital investment.
Additionally, Cohealo Track enables health systems to:
To learn more about Cohealo and its solutions, visit Cohealo at booth #258 at the HFMA Annual Conference from June 24 to 27 in Las Vegas. To schedule a meeting with one of Cohealo’s executives, contact Danielle Johns at DJohns@ariamarketing.com.
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