The recent Webinar Wednesday presentation “Cutting Through the Clutter: Improving Patient Safety Through Streamlined Preventative Maintenance Processes” was eligible for 1 credit from the ACI. The session was presented by Travis Horstman, CBET, CCAF, and sponsored by oneSOURCE Document Site.
Horstman, a biomedical advisor at oneSOURCE Document Site, shared how utilizing new technologies and products can reduce variation. He also discussed how it can increase efficiency while improving the quality of work and the safety of patients. He explained how oneSOURCE Document Site can be an important part of the clinical engineering department.
The webinar was popular with 168 attendees for the live presentation. Attendees had the opportunity to win prizes. Brett Hayes of Lafayette General Orthopedic Hospital in Louisiana won an Amazon gift card. The winner of a Webinar Wednesday T-shirt was Stanley Strzalkowski of Charles Rivers Laboratories in Michigan. A recording of the webinar is available online where HTM professionals from around the world can view the complete presentation.
Attendees shared feedback regarding the webinar via a survey which included the question, “How useful was the information presented in today’s webinar?”
“Streamlined PM is important. I didn’t realize 30% of critical incidents were attributed to equipment failure,” Biomedical Technician T. Smith said.
“Great, we’ve set-up the same type of database for our system, but without the bells and whistles,” Senior Biomedical Electronics Specialist P. Lindquist said.
“The information was relevant in today’s challenging technology environment,” said R. Quist, CBET.
“The OneSource Document Site and its database explanation were great. Thank you for presenting a useful webinar for biomedical engineering,” Biomed B. Hemmati said.
“Great information related to standardized procedures for the HTM community,” HTM Director K. Forsythe said.
“This was an excellent presentation. oneSOURCE offering a one go to place for manuals, updates and cloud personalized storage is absolutely needed this day we are in. Obtaining documents and keeping procedures up to date is very time consuming, wasting resources that could allow biomed to be doing actual work. Additionally, from a liability standpoint, this would take pressure off of an organization knowing the data is up to date. I know there are other companies offering similar services, but I am impressed with the layout and simple search box. Very user friendly,” said B. Hayes, CBET III.
“Very useful, particularly if you will be searching for reference service manuals,” Biomedical Engineer E. Gonzales stated.
“Useful. I have used oneSOURCE before, but still learned a couple tricks,” Senior BMET J. Troutner said.
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