DisastersNet, which sells an incident management information system used in more than 100 hospitals, has changed its name to ReadyPoint Systems and expanded its product suite.

StandTo, a military term for all to be in position and alert, is a new name for the Nashville, Tenn.-based company's existing Disaster Incident Management System. The new product is EyeOn, a series of checklists and related tools accessible via any Web-enabled computing device and covering patient tracking, environmental rounds, fire drills, safety inspections, infection control assessments, hand washing compliance, and customer-created projects.

The system supports the noting of opportunities for improvement, assigning and sending of notifications to personnel responsible for correcting deficiencies, managing corrective action plans, and monitoring/tracking compliance and trends.

More information is available at readypointsystems.com.

 

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