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.
Celem’s competitors were using the same model and brands of computers, forcing them to compete on price. They’d need new tech, something with more features and unique qualities that still maintained their high standards.
Celem’s research led them to Cybernet, who had the hot-swappable battery-powered medical computer solutions that worked with their existing equipment. They ordered the NB22 and installed it on all of their non-powered carts.
The new Cybernet equipment gave them a distinction from their competitors, allowing them to tout the new features and sleek design. The hospitals loved the new computers, too, which were light, fast, and durable.
Covenant Care needed a way to get their mobile outreach van certified as a Federally Qualified Health Center, but didn't know where to begin.
Cybernet donated a medical grade computer and medical grade tablet to equip their mobile outreach van.
The Cybernet units have helped Covenant Care sign up patients for medicare, eliminate paperwork backlogs and has streamlined processes so they can treat more patients.
Because of requirements in design, aesthetics, and functionality, they needed a medical-grade all in one computer that was certified for near patient use, was customizable, with a modern, slim profile.
Optim chose the CyberMed CN22. Cybernet’s ability to customize the unit by incorporating six USB ports into the frame of the PC was a critical design feature. The 60601-1 certification was also a key feature.
The feedback on the fielded CyberMed CN22 units has been great. Everyone involved in the supply chain process for Optim—the device salespeople, device manufacturers, and end users—have been pleased with the product one way or another.
Respiratory Motion needed a powerful medical tablet that could run Java, had multiple USB ports and maintained design continuity over several years.
Respiratory Motion chose the CyberMed T10, and recently upgraded to the CyberMed T10C because of its Windows platform, multiple USB ports and its consistent form factor.
Even though the CyberMed T10 tablet has now reached the end of its life cycle, Respiratory Motion has stayed with Cybernet, choosing to upgrade to the second generation CyberMed T10C.
BJC Healthcare wanted to unify their hospitals by moving away from paper-based systems and older technology.
BJC reached out to the sales team at Cybernet and settled on a fanless medical all-in-one computer, the CyberMed HN24. It was the right choice because of its versatility for their massive Epic deployment.
As of today, eight hospitals in the BJC network have gone live with Epic EMR on the Cybernet computers. The end-users for the CyberMed HN24 are happy with the technology overhaul.
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.