Gener8tor’s gBETA Medtech accelerator program, based in Minneapolis, announced the five members of its spring 2021 cohort, including UptimeHealth.
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Jinesh Patel, UptimeHealth Co-Founder and CEO makes Forbes NEXT 1000 inaugural list.
Michael Kulczycki brings his 40 years of experience and knowledge as the former executive director for the Ambulatory Care Accreditation Program at The Joint Commission to UptimeHealth’s Advisory Board.
UptimeHealth has named Taylor Dunn its Director of Compliance and Standards, continuing to build on its commitment of providing the industry’s best compliance software for outpatient facilities. Taylor has over 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry and specializes in Urgent Care Certification and Accreditation, with an emphasis on improvement of quality and standards.
A missing device, a miscalibrated machine, a malfunctioning instrument, can be extremely disruptive to a tightly scheduled and planned day within a healthcare center. These events, often unanticipated and unplanned for, will inflict chaos into the day and force providers to move patients, reschedule appointments, or even refer out their patients in emergency situations.
Each month nurses also waste time trying to find the equipment they are looking for. The nursing staff spends 1 week per month on average to look for equipment that disappears from the facilities.
UptimeHealth to provide free compliance software to Urgent Care Association Certified and Accredited members
In collaboration with the Urgent Care Association (UCA), UptimeHealth will provide UCA accredited or certified members with free compliance software in a joint effort to advance the urgent care industry and improve the quality of patient care.
But what about the technician and equipment service industry? What new enabling technologies are they adopting in this new normal? Obviously, many repairs and maintenance events require a service technician to be on-site, however, there are times when a service technician could diagnose and repair equipment issues by talking the end-user through a few troubleshooting steps.
In response to the novel coronavirus, a Boston, Mass.-based health technology startup, UptimeHealth, is offering its software, “GoCheckIt,” completely free to overwhelmed urgent care centers, hospitals, and surgical centers.
TeleTech is a remote video service product that empowers technicians to carry out virtual repair work for healthcare facilities. The primary focus is to ensure providers have access to uninterrupted care for their patients.