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.
Houchin Community Blood Bank had decided to upgrade their blood bank computer systems, requiring new hardware. The hardware needed to properly run their software and have the rugged construction to survive in the field.
The team found the Rugged X10 tablet had a large enough screen to properly display their software. Just as important was the integrated barcode scanner built right into the handle that allowed them to scan donor vials on the spot.
Having been deployed for the better part of a year over at Houchin’s fixed and portable phlebotomy stations, the new workstations have yet to receive any negative feedback from the team. In fact, they are requesting more tablets.
The team at Bayfront Health, Spring Hill was using standard, very heavy battery-powered Ergotron carts with entire desktop computers outfitted onto them, and these delivered a host of issues.
The NB unit ticked off every requirement the IT team at Spring Hill was looking for. Firstly, and most importantly, they were fanless and IP65 certified. This was enough to convince the team that Cybernet’s solutions were perfect.
Across the board, sentiments about the new workstations have been resoundingly positive at Spring Hill since their implementation. They’re comforted that their units can be sanitized and won’t spread harmful bacteria.
TooSonix had the experience and technical prowess to conceptualize a medical device that would revolutionize the dermatology space. What they needed was a medical computer capable of turning that vision into a reality.
When TooSonix came across Cybernet’s CyberMed S22. Instantly, the team was relieved to see this powerful computer was truly medical grade, supporting all of the certifications needed to attain EMA approval.
TOOsonix had no problems whatsoever receiving EMA approval for their System ONE-M. With the CyberMed S22’s IEC60601-1 medical certification there was no question as to whether or not the team’s device was safe to go to market.
Bear Valley Community Hospital needed what many hospitals need in the current day: a portable, powerful, lightweight medical computer cart system for their team of dedicated clinicians and nurses.
After testing several different manufacturers, Bear Valley quickly realized that Cybernet's NB22 battery-powered medical computer was the only unit that checked off every box on their wish list, as well as several more.
The team at Bear Valley report nothing but good news with regards to their new Cybernet computers. The computers last an entire shift and then some, and Bear Valley plans to expand use to some of their clinics as well.
Saudi German Hospital Ajman (SGHA) was looking for portable medical devices that could capture information on the go at the patient bedside. This would allow clinicians to retrieve and record patient data more efficiently.
The CyberMed Rx immediately checked off the basic requirement of being Microsoft compatible and having a long battery life. Only the CyberMed Rx featured both an antimicrobial housing and antimicrobial touch glass.
The Cybernet units were easy to integrate into SGHA’s workflow. Through the early stages of their implementation SGHA has seen no issues with the hardware’s durability or reliability.
CONA was trying to streamline workflows in their exam rooms and were looking for a tablet solution that could seamlessly pair with a full size monitor, keyboard and mouse the share info with patients.
After testing a couple of consumer tablets, CONA found Cybernet's Rugged X10 and their VESA mounting station and realized that it was the perfect solution.
Setting up the new hardware took less than two hours to complete for their entire facility, and after two years there have been no hardware failures. The workflow has worked exactly how CONA envisioned it.
Grampian NHS had decided to go paperless and run their EPR system on computers as opposed to traditional charting. They needed to find computers that fit all of their needs.
Immediately, they found that the NB22 met all of their requirements of fanless, medical grade construction, while also providing an added benefit of hot-swap batteries at a lower cost than the competition.
Grampian NHS was surprised to see just how quickly Cybernet was able to roll out their order. In fact, their hardware had arrived and was seamlessly implemented 4 months before other software and logistics were set in place.
North Bay was one of three hospitals in the North East Local Health Integration Network (LIHN) chosen for an initiative to switch to a single, unified, EMR system called Meditech Expanse.
North Bay chose the CyberMed NB22 for a number of reasons, particularly due to the battery life they provided when mounted on a non-powered cart. The larger screen size was also a major factor.
Nurses were able to view vast swaths of patient information without meticulous window management and scrolling, lightweight computer cart setups were lasting for entire shifts without requiring recharge.