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.
Moberg’s newest device, the Component Neuromonitoring System, was in need of a modern computer capable of running the software necessary to monitor physiological data in the ICU.
The team at Moberg selected the CyberMed C22 over competing products for a number of reasons, including the much shorter lead times to receive their computers.
After the integration, the team immediately noticed a marked decrease in the amount of time needed for manufacturing and delivery.
Orlando Health was experiencing high failure rates of their medical computers and needed to find a new vendor for two major IT projects.
Having already worked with Cybernet on their North Tower project, Orlando Health's team was familiar with the CyberMed line of medical computers making it a perfect choice for their projects.
Early deployment is already underway system-wide, and to date, there have been no reported failures. End users are also providing nothing but positive feedback about the Cybernet medical computers.
Advanced Bionics was creating a new monitoring device to make cochlear implantation faster. However, their device would need a tablet that could be custom designed and manufactured to make their dream into a reality.
After reaching out to medical computer manufacturers, they decided Cybernet Manufacturing had the most responsive engineering team who could help them through R&D, testing, certification, and continued support.
Through a joint Advanced Bionics / Cybernet design and manufacturing endeavor, the AIM system became a resounding success. Surgeons loved the device, which reduced measure time to 30 seconds or less.
Seven Rivers wanted to switch to non-powered carts to streamline patient charting, but needed to find a solution that could power both their monitors and their thin client PCs.
Seven Rivers discovered Cybernet's battery powered monitors and quickly realized that these units could be used to power their thin client PCs, allowing them to transition away from powered carts.
Not only did the battery powered monitors provide better battery life than a powered cart, but they saved Seven Rivers nearly $1,500 per total cart solution.
One Diversified created a new branch to produce interfaces for medical devices, and methods to integrate all the data into one platform. However, they needed to find a computer to match strict medical standards & meet their needs.
After checking out models from different vendors, One Diversified tested Cybernet’s NB22 all-in-one, battery-powered medical computer. The unit could be customized, the battery acted as a UPS and the unit was UL 60601-1 certified.
The Cybernet NB22 became the control interface for their product, after some customization assistance from Cybernet to get the unit exactly how they needed it. One Diversified was happy, as were the end-users of the interface.
It came time for Medical Fitness Solutions to redesign their Core Balance units, but they were programmed in Linux and they wanted a new environment. They also needed larger monitors in their devices to aid the visually impaired.
An engineer suggested Cybernet computers for their operating system flexibility, universal VESA mounts, antimicrobial casing, and large 22” touchscreens. After trying out the demo units, the Cybernet all-in-ones were installed.
The larger touchscreens made it easier for elderly and infirmed users to not only see the screens of their balance equipment better but made it easier to interact and use the device due to the clean, intuitive interface.
Milton Keynes University Hospital needed a solution to replace their powered carts and computers. The lead-acid batteries were becoming obsolete and barely holding a charge, and they needed more computers for their EMR.
After researching and comparing cart computers from Cybernet and Onyx, Milton Keynes University Hospital decided that the Cybernet computers’ three batteries, DC output, and light weight were a better fit for their needs.
The price point and smaller footprint allowed Milton Keynes University Hospital to expand its fleet of cart computers by over 300%. It also allowed them to better deploy their eCARE EMR system, which required better computers.
Celem’s competitors were using the same model and brands of computers, forcing them to compete on price. They’d need new tech, something with more features and unique qualities that still maintained their high standards.
Celem’s research led them to Cybernet, who had the hot-swappable battery-powered medical computer solutions that worked with their existing equipment. They ordered the NB22 and installed it on all of their non-powered carts.
The new Cybernet equipment gave them a distinction from their competitors, allowing them to tout the new features and sleek design. The hospitals loved the new computers, too, which were light, fast, and durable.