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.
Discontinued model of PCs within the Drager anesthesia work station became too expensive and time-consuming to maintain. VCUMC needed to find a modern medical computer that could integrate with their older anesthesia machines to extend their life.
VCUMC replaced old PCs with new Cybernet PCs and salvaged the anesthesia equipment. Cybernet was able to customize the CyberMed H22 with the Drager anesthesia units.
The Cybernet computers gave VCMU's anesthesia machines new life thanks to the customized integration. The long lifecycle ensured that VCMU would get several more years of use out of their machinery, saving them time and money.
Hacienda decided to switch to an EHR system, but were short on space. They would need a vendor who could provide both medical carts and all-in-one medical computers that could be mounted anywhere no matter the space limitations.
Hacienda received a full complement of demo devices from Cybernet to test their space efficiency. They chose the CyberMed MP15T, CyberMed H6, and iOne-H6 for their carts, walls, and nursing stations and other charting locations.
The entire staff now uses Cybernet computers for every function in the hospital, including medical carts, patient charting, and even scheduling and admin functions at their nursing stations and other charting locations.
Millinocket Regional Hospital was using another company’s all-in-one PCs, but the constant upgrades and skyrocketing prices forced them to find a new vendor for slim, mountable touchscreen computers for their medical staff.
After a successful demo, MRH purchased the Cybernet iOne-GX31 and CyberMed MP15T computers to mount on their carts and in exam rooms. They also picked the CyberMed H19 for the Emergency Department for its speed and size.
The nurses, the ones using most of the equipment, found the processing power and responsive touchscreens a perfect fit. The Emergency Room staff loved the speed of their CyberMed H19, while IT appreciated the 24/7 reliability.
While the Chiropractic and Nutrition Wellness Center had always embraced small form-factor PCs, the cable clutter between monitor, CPU, and peripherals was becoming an unsightly and inconvenient problem in the office.
After spotting the Cybernet ZPC-GX31 all-in-one keyboard PC in PC Magazine, the Chiropractic and Nutrition Wellness Center replaced all of their end-of-life desktops with the sleek and compact ZPC-GX31 keyboard PC.
Dr. Johnson, the founder of the Center, loved the new keyboard PCs, as did his staff. They found the ZPC-GX31 to be small, reliable, and fast, and would later upgrade to the newer ZPC-H6 PCs when they were released.
Restorative Therapies made their own functional electrical stimulation system to help patients suffering from immobility. They needed very specific tablets and PCs with speed, ease-of-use, and touchscreen capabilities.
Restorative Therapies tested and eventually adopted the Cybernet M15T for their machines, and later the CyberMed T10 tablet for their more mobile needs. They were impressed by the look, processing power, and reliability.
Techs at Restorative Therapies enjoy the quality, performance, and design of the all-in-one medical PCs and the medical tablets they’ve adopted for their FES system. The reliability has also streamlined therapy sessions.
A mandate to switch to electronic medical records (EMR) demanded that SLO Eye Associates find a compact but reliable computer system that could be installed and used in every exam room without an outrageous price tag.
SLO Eye Associates found Cybernet, who had already helped a similar ophthalmologic practice in Nevada. After speaking with the customer, and testing the ZPC-D5 keyboard computer, SLO had them installed in every exam room.
The keyboard PCs fit beautifully in the exam rooms. The techs and physicians at SLO loved the speed and accuracy of their new keyboard PCs, and how quickly they could input EMR information and get back to helping patients.