Last week we sent Sam Sweetman and Mark Fendick up to Daventry to attend the NPAG Clinical Engineering Conference and discuss this year’s focus’; which were new technology, medical devices and their uses.
Each year the NPAG Clinical Engineering Conference brings together Medical Device Managers and a variety of Technicians from several different NHS trusts. The conference also plays host to a plethora of different subjects including telehealth and telemedicine, National Patient Safety and the impact of remote monitoring.
However, the main topic of interest to us this year was one around the top ten risks associated with medical devices. We chatted to a lot of delegates about how our software can help to identify any type of risk associated with medical related assets. It allows users to not only schedule planned maintenance on their items, but also improves the way that reactive and urgent maintenance is managed and recorded.
As a result, employees within NHS trusts are able to quickly report and act upon problems that may cause any type of risk in the future. They can also reduce maintenance costs, increase the operational life of devices, reduce paper work and device downtime and improve customer service levels.
If you attended the conference and want to hear a little more about the services we provide to the NHS then please visit our page on Medical Equipment Management Software, email email@example.com or give one of our friendly team a call on +44 (0)1689 892 137.
And, if we didn’t see you this year we hope to catch you at next year’s conference!