MediMizer and oneSOURCE Team Up to Provide Powerful Solutions to Ensure Facility Compliance

January 9, 2019

Requirements for healthcare facilities are constantly changing. New mandates by the CMS, Joint Commission, DNV GL, AAMI, and AAAHC mean that companies must constantly prove they are in compliance. The recent integration of MediMizer’s biomedical computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) and the oneSOURCE Document Management Service for IFU and PM documents is helping facilities meet these changing requirements and stay in compliance.

The two companies have collaborated on an interface of their respective online applications to deliver a powerful, comprehensive solution that will help healthcare facilities operate in accordance with best practices, regulatory standards, and optimal maintenance management.

MediMizer, a leading independent biomedical and facilities software company, helps medical equipment technicians accurately monitor safety, performance, and PM inspections. MediMizer is a computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) firm offering a range of services designed on clinical environmental business rules, providing a systemic, managerial approach to quality control and risk management.

oneSOURCE Document Management Service provides health care facilities access to the world’s most complete online databases of manufacturers’ validated equipment IFU and

PM recommendations.

"The MediMizer/oneSOURCE interface creates a single environment for all documentation needs,” says Gus Sakis, President Global Sales Director for MediMizer. “When healthcare facilities access the asset in the MediMizer software, they can quickly retrieve the documentation through the oneSOURCE embedded link, replacing the need for costly staff hours to manually file and update documentation.”

“It’s a natural fit,” says Heather Thomas, CMO, VP of Sales and Marketing for oneSOURCE. “MediMizer’s CMMS services are now linked to oneSOURCE, allowing technicians to quickly and efficiently perform the proper corrective and preventive maintenance per compliance agency requirements.”

The two companies are hosting a Demonstration Webinar: January 22nd; 8 am PST, 9 am MST, 10 am CST, 11 am EST.


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