Salt Lake City-based oneSOURCE announces the launch of its Facilities Maintenance database for use in healthcare facilities across the country. The non-medical system maintenance and care solution is added to the company’s offerings in the tissues/implants, biomedical, dental/surgical, and equipment sectors. 

“In the last year, The Joint Commission has reinforced and emphasized their structured guidelines and regulations for a hospital’s healthcare facility management department and we are confident that our new, comprehensive database will allow those professionals to get their job done easily and effectively,” says JackSpeer, cofounder and president of oneSOURCE. “It’s more important than ever that team members have immediate access to large volumes of manufacturer manuals and guidance documents in order to demonstrate systemic competence.”

The Facilities Maintenance database includes all non-medical-grade equipment utilized in a hospital or large facility. Moreover, manuals and parts lists are a primary focus in the database, in addition to fire protection equipment, emergency lighting systems, various alarms, elevators, and more. 

In addition to having thousands of preventative maintenance service manuals available, customers will benefit from having access to a oneSOURCE point person to help organize and customize the database to meet the Joint Commission’s Active list requirements as well as handle specific document requests directly from the manufacturer, company officials say. oneSOURCE is also equipped to load and house any proprietary documents and integrates with all CMMS software companies, providing one location for retrieval of information and strong integration.

“By bridging the gap between the facility and the manufacturer, we’re able to save our customers time and money all while serving up a superior solution,” says Heather Thomas, CMO and executive vice president of sales and marketing of oneSOURCE. “It is the most cost-effective way to comply with the fact that manuals must be housed onsite and made readily available to technicians. From facility maintenance plans to service manuals, oneSOURCE has centralized all necessary materials for this vertical in one place in hopes we can continue to keep patient and staff safety the main priority.”