ElectroClave™ automates mobile device management (MDM) by providing UV-C disinfection, smart charging technology and RFID tracking; providing vital oversight to both IT Administrators and Healthcare workers.
Seal Shield LLC brings its health IT solution for mobile device management and disinfection, the ElectroClave™, to the exhibit floor for the 2017 HIMSS Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, Fla. Feb. 20-23, 2017 at Booth #4444.
Mobile devices have become commonplace in today's healthcare landscape, but with this progression of technology comes a new set of concerns, including the disinfection and tracking of these devices. The ElectroClave™ provides an all-encompassing solution to mobile device management and disinfection, utilizing superior technology to provide hospitals peace of mind over their investments. The LED UV-C disinfection process of the ElectroClave™ destroys bacteria and viruses in just minutes on the entire surface of the device, while the RFID tracking system and management portal allows for complete oversight of the facility's mobile environment.
At the heart of the ElectroClave™ is the web-based management portal, an invaluable tool for setting up compliance parameters and notifications to support disinfection policies and asset management, giving vital oversight to IT and Administrators. The device can also be daisy-chained to accommodate the appropriate number of mobile devices, and is currently distributed through major IT and healthcare distributors worldwide.
"The ElectroClave™ acts like a network administrator type of software that sits behind the hardware and compiles data, showing live inventory and usage, allowing managers to know who cleaned what, when, how and where," explains Scott Filion, chief sales officer at Seal Shield, "it also charges devices using smart-charging technology, reimages or syncs them, and disinfects all in only 13 minutes."
There are currently five organizations piloting the systems, including Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, Kaiser Permanente's Anaheim Medical Center in California, and Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare. The 90-day pilot programs are "going very well," says Filion, adding that customers are already requesting similar devices for other types of equipment, including infusion pumps, blood pressure cuffs and more, and Seal Shield plans to develop a "suite of cabinets" to address multiple needs.
Source: Seal Shield LLC