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MediMizer,Inc. announces an interface to ePartsFinder in the PartsSource online catalog. Users of MediMizer can initiate a PartsSource order through the MediMizer Work Order screen. They will also be able to review and access the ePartsFinder portal directly from MediMizer to buy, track and receive parts.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for our users to improve their process for parts ordering” said Gus Sakis, Vice President of Sales for MediMizer. “I think back to how it used to be many years ago. You would search history for the part number. You’d call and leave messages to find the best price. It might take an hour or days. With this technology you can get results in seconds”.
The benefits of this interface to MediMizer users will be to manage service contracts more effectively. The ability to capture and analyze the cost and type of replacement parts in one place will save time and money. The procurement process will be reduced, no longer requiring wasted time calling several parts suppliers and internet searches to find the best deal. PartsSource patented algorithm search engine technology removes the need for this time consuming effort on the part of technicians by searching 1000’s of parts suppliers and returning a list of up to 16 optional parts a user may choose from. MediMizer’s interface will automatically store the data in the parts file and work order eliminating duplicate data entry. This data will also be available for analysis and reporting.
MediMizer,Inc. is based in Encinitas, CA. For a video demonstration and more information Contact Us.
PartsSource, Inc. is based in Aurora, Ohio. For information visit the PartsSource catalog site< .
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Our presenter will be placing the spotlight on MediMizer Web Work Order, Dashboard Reporting, and interfaces such as medTester, Datrend vPad and Fluke Ansur.
MediMizer CMMS for biomedical and hospital facilities compliance is now running on Windows 10. All aspects including work requests, web dashboard and web work orders are running in Windows 10. We will continue to test the new Windows 10 updates, now automatic, as they arrive.
Windows 10 simplifies the start screen that would cover your desktop. Now you can use a small little popup or make it larger. So it can look like Windows 7 or Windows 8.
You can also run our web apps in the Edge browser.
I just returned from Dreamforce. Dreamforce is hosted in San Francisco and was attended by 150,000 people interested in cloud computing. I attended a number of sessions which opened my eyes to new development. One session was on phone and device apps. The message was make them small and an app is not a tiny version of a computer. Apps need to meet just the immediate customer need.
Dreamforce was about programming in the cloud. Speaking to one of our hospitals about the cloud, the equipment manager said, “we just invested 35 million dollars in our storage, I don’t think they are looking to move data off site”.
MediMizer, Inc. has polled hospitals many years, and we have found up to now, Microsoft SQL Server is the preferred method of storing data. Sites also have Oracle but find SQL more affordable.
More and more, our users are storing data on virtual servers. I am wondering if SQL and virtual servers will become more like the cloud in allowing secure commands to cross the entire structure, making it easier to gather data from many sources without compromising security.
MediMizer will be keeping an eye on new storage technology and how we can take advantage of it.
MediMizer Software is attending an October 25th 2014 symposium presented by the Healthcare Technology Management Association of the Mid-West, formerly the Kansas City Biomedical Society. Held at the Crowne Plaza in Downtown Kansas City, MO, they will offer educational classes for technicians and managers, a lunchtime keynote speaker and ample opportunity to socialize with other Healthcare Technology Professionals from the Greater Kansas City area. More information at: http://www.kcbiomed.org/event-1716841#sthash.GQWHWSxU.dpuf
MediMizer joined leaders from Accruent (Formerly Four Rivers TMS), AIMS, Mainspring (formerly St. Croix WOSYS) on a panel to answer questions about changes in CMMS platforms. Topics and comments included user groups, model-based data, manufacturer inspection checklists, integration with SAP, SQL and other vendors, training, employee retention, risk evaluation, HIPAA, end-user interfaces, customization, reporting, working paperless and barcode scanning. The discussion was very well moderated with most questions coming from the audience. [Returned for 2015 Summit]
Gus Sakis, Vice President Sales will be presenting a session on CMMS Interface Past-Present-Future. This class will focus on the evolution of linking CMMS to other apps like test equipment, bar coding, RTLS, etc. MediMizer will also have a table for presentation of our products. The GBIS event is at Southern Regional Emory Healthcare Network Member, Riverdale, GA. August 15-16, 2014. More information on theGeorgia Biomedical Instrumentation Association site, http://www.gbis.onefireplace.com/event-853292
MediMizer will be showing Web Dashboard and Reporting, MediMizer Online and new test equipment interfaces at the MD Expo Show in Las Vegas. Meet Tonya from Support and Gus, VP Sales and Marketing.
MediMizer, Inc. will be holding their 2014 MediMizer User Group at the Crowne Plaza, Redondo Beach California, March 17th and 18th. Please budget for someone to attend and represent your interests and ideas. Our group hotel rate is $139 a night including two lunches and Monday night dinner. This hotel is at the beach, with 85% of rooms having an ocean view. Transportation to the airport (7 miles) is $15.
300 N. Harbor Dr. Redondo Beach, CA. 90277
User Group Plans
Tentative Plans, Please send us any subjects you would like to have covered…..
* Show and discuss new MediMizer Dashboards Reporting tools.
* Future software interfaces.
* Discuss – Devices, Where do you want to compute, Paperless, Your vision for information.
* Discussion of compliance changes including Joint Commission, DNV, ISO and how MediMizer is affected and can be used as a tool.
* Show New Features that are already in MediMizer.
Other MediMizer, Inc. plans
* Continue our growth and sales
* Development of new features our users have wanted
* Training coast to coast and throughout the world
* Continuing our dedication to the biomedical industry
* Attending AAMI and CMIA shows
* Membership in local biomedical societies
* Continuing improvements to our web site.
MediMizer Staff are attending CMIA (California Medical Instrumentation Association) in Sacramento, CA. We will be demonstrating MediMizer Web on the iPad Mini, iPad and ultralight tablet.
Also available to view is the new MediMizer 13.4 release, iRequestManager user web requests and MobileTech. CMIA is one of the largest biomedical societies in the United States.