The unique needs of the healthcare industry require specialized computer hardware beyond the scope of most every other industry. We invite you to take a few moments to review some of our most recent success stories and learn how our partners are using Cybernet's medical computers to make processes more efficient, save money and improve patient care.
Intramedical Imaging was updating their cutting edge device, the Node Seeker 2000. They needed to find a medical grade tablet capable of powering the device that would help them earn MDSAP certification for global distribion.
After struggling with the bulkiness and slow processing speed of a different tablet, Intramedical was contacted by Cybernet. After demoing the CyberMed T10C medical tablet it became immediately clear that this was their solution.
Intramedical Imaging was able to earn MDSAP (Medical Device Single Audit Program) certification, allowing them to distribute globally. They are now looking to expand the functionality of the device into robotic surgery.
Endotronix was looking for a "brain" to run their PA Pressure Sensor System. They needed a medical grade computer that could help them pass FDA approval with a number of other must have features built in for a successful trial.
After evaluating a number of manufacturers, Endotronix found that only one device, the CyberMed S22 checked off every single box on their must have list. This would be the critical piece in developing their new device.
Since deploying the CyberMed S22 units throughout their clinical trial sites, the team at Endotronix has been impressed with its success. So much so that Endotronix has already started swapping out old hardware with Cybernet.
Regional Medical Center of San Jose was looking to replace the laptops they were using for their barcode medical administration workflows. They needed better battery life and a bigger screen at an affordable price.
The team at Regional chose the CyberMed XB22 medical grade monitor because it could power their mini PCs and barcode scanners while still being compatible with their non-powered cart solution.
In addition to meeting all of their initial needs, the antimicrobial housing and IP65 rating proved to be a godsend when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, helping to keep clinicians and patients safer.
Midwest Health was experiencing massive failure rates of the computers mounted on their medication dispensing carts. They needed to find a medical grade replacement that was more reliable.
After hearing promises from their previous vendor that they had fixed all of the issues, problems persisted, so Midwest Health did their own research and found the CyberMed NB22. This unit checked all of the boxes.
The staff has seen zero failures from the units, and the fact that they are antimicrobial and can be disinfected have been incredibly useful during the COVID-19 pandemic. Staff is very happy with their new computers.
South Peninsula Hospital in Homer, AK wanted to improve its patient care by providing clinicians with the opportunity to do bedside charting in real-time. This would require an entirely new IT hardware set-up, however.
The team quickly realized that a medical grade computer mounted in each patient room would provide them with everything they needed. After vetting multiple options, the team quickly settled on the CyberMed S24 medical panel PC.
The nursing staff at South Peninsula immediately took to the new workflow, and especially liked the antimicrobial housing and easy to disinfect devices. The team has experienced no issues whatsoever since deploying the devices.
Being battery powered, Baker County’s carts were very bulky and hard to wheel around the facility. Not only that, the team reported that nearly every two to three months they would suffer a breakdown and require a replacement.
While the team was originally only looking for a monitor, they were pleasantly surprised to see that the CyberMed NB22 was an all-in-one PC solution. This would allow them to replace their powered carts, monitors, and PCs.
A month after deploying their new workstations, Baker County is happy to report no issues. Far from it, their nursing team continues to report positive feedback about their new workflows.
Royal Orthopaedic hospital had been using the same computers for the past ten years with some rather poor results. Units that were constantly breaking down paired with unresponsive customer service created an untenable situation.
Being battery-powered, the NB24 could be easily mounted onto their Ergotron carts and moved into treatment bays seamlessly. Furthermore, being fanless and IP65 certified, they could be deployed in operating rooms with no issues.
Having deployed the NB24 and S24 units across their theatres and treatment rooms for over a year now, Royal Orthopaedic reports they’ve had no issues with their units. In fact, they are planning an expansion at the end of the year
Medpod needed to find a medical grade monitor that already had 60601-1 certification to serve as the head unit for their latest telemedicine carts in order to facilitate FDA approval for their devices.
It became immediately clear that the CyberMed PX22 medical monitor not only checked off all of their boxes, but it also included features like an antimicrobial housing and IP65 certification that was attractive to their end users.
After deploying their telemedicine carts outfitted with the Cybernet unit, Medpod has seen growing interest in their telehealth products over the last couple of years. The team has received consistently positive feedback.