Work Order System
Capture, Track, and Manage Work Orders
Agilis has partnered with Crow Canyon to provide a robust Work Orders solution that meets the requirements for compliance with the Joint Commission EOC (Environment of Care) Compliance guidelines. Facilities Departments at hospitals and care facilities need to capture, track, and manage work orders from EOC rounds. Acting quickly on issues discovered during EOC rounds is not only a critical part of patient safety but also a critical part of compliance.
Agilis Facility Maintenance Software
The Agilis Facility Maintenance Software is a powerful, yet simple and efficient way to track and manage facilities requests and work orders. After completing rounds, employees submit requests directly through the Agilis, Inc mobile app, and the tickets are routed to the right group or individual for work order assignment and fulfillment. The system gives the team the ability to track time, input costs, record work logs, and keep abreast of status changes throughout the process. Robust reporting tools give insights both in real time and for historical work order and maintenance data.
Unlike other SaaS solutions, each hospital and care facility can customize their forms, workflows and reports as needed. A host of tools — approvals, alerting, print templates, and more — can be used as needed to precisely configure the program to perform as you require it to, leading to increased user adoption and staff efficiency.
Links to and integrates with Agilis, Inc’s mobile app for iOS. Easily complete your EOC rounds and then automatically create work orders right from your iPhone or other iOS and android devices.
The Joint Commission EOC compliance standards require that inspection dates be documented for equipment such as fire extinguishers, fire doors, exit lighting, etc. Performing these inspections in facilities small and large can be an arduous and time-consuming task.
Couple this requirement with accurately maintaining your inventory for hundreds and sometimes thousands of devices and suddenly managing this process using the standard binder process becomes problematic.