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.
US Vascular needed a powerful medical grade computer with hot swap battery technology in order for their units to run as intended.
US Vascular chose the CyberMed NB24 because of the powerful Intel Skylake Processor, the hot swappable bateries and the EN60601-1 certification.
US Vascular are extremely happy with the CyberMed NB24. Customers can take the unit from room to room to do their testing and get through an entire day’s shift.
The HSHS hospital system was running legacy software and had made a system-wide decision to upgrade their EMR software to Epic.
After careful consideration, the Central Illinois and Southern Illinois divisions chose the CyberMed HN24 to implement in all of their ORs.
The transition to Epic has been a success. Feedback from end users has been extremely positive.
Houston Methodist needed to find a computer that would allow them to run their old anesthesiology software while they were installing Epic and preparing for go-live.
They chose the CyberMed HN24 the most because of the fanless design, the IP65 rating for easy disinfection, and the 24-inch screen that Epic software requires for displaying patient information.
When it was time to go live, Houston Methodist’s operating rooms were running their legacy software at 11:59 PM, and at the stroke of midnight, were switched over to Epic.
Radon Imaging needed a mobile X-Ray solution to help their clients in rural areas transition to a digital format without the need to upgrade all of their imaging equipment.
The CyberMed NB22 fit the requirements for power sustainability, spacial restraints, technical compatibility, and patient/ medical staff ease-of-use.
The CyberMed NB22 saved them considerable time and money since the X-Ray machine required little configuration due to the serial ports on the NB22.
Replace pen-and-paper donor questionnaires with a compact mobile tablet that can be used across all sites, have connectivity to sync data, and have a handle and intuitive user interface for the donors to use independently.
The Blood Bank of Delmarva chose the CyberMed T10 tablet because it had a medical grade housing, a rugged case for field work, and an integrated bar code scanner that helped streamline paper processes.
Successful transition from paper documentation to electronic records, reliable and easy to use form factor, convenient to hold in one hand, and simplified infection control due to the medical grade surface.
Patient charting was becoming more difficult as Peak Resources’ old computers either slowed down or died altogether. The nurses complained, the patient wait times increased, and the IT department decided to go another way.
After trying the Cybernet CyberMed C22, a 22” all-in-one medical computer, Peak Resources decided the PCAP touchscreen, fast processor, and long-length warranty would perfectly suit their needs. They promptly ordered 17 more.
Staff efficiency increased overnight — nurses could enter and pull medical records faster, the touchscreen was more intuitive, and patients were signed in and helped quicker than ever before. IT loved the price and the warranty.
Athena Health Care Systems found that the time it took to leave a patient’s room to go enter their records into the EMR produced errors and slowed down service. Their current desktops were also slow and prone to bugs.
Athena discovered Cybernet and tried their iOne H6 touchscreen all-in-one PCs with universal VESA mounts. The iOne H6s were faster than their previous computers and were able to be installed in kiosks near patient rooms.
Nurses, and administrators were so happy with their easy-to-use, conveniently-located touchscreen PCs that they had over 750 units installed. Staff frustration went down, as did EMR errors and patient dissatisfaction.
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.