Salt Lake City-based oneSOURCE announces a new database to assist healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 database will be available to new and current users at no cost and will feature tools that include instructions for use (IFUs) to help protect healthcare workers; reduce community spread; and maintain patient safety related to ventilators, respirators, bypass machines, and reusable surgical gowns.
“With healthcare facilities in the midst of a crisis, infection control and proper sterile processing practices are of the utmost importance to managing COVID-19. The implementation of a platform like oneSOURCE will increase efficiency and provide healthcare workers with the tools they need to successfully decrease the spread of COVID-19,” says Jack Speer, cofounder and president of oneSOURCE.
“This free e-library will be continuously updated and support those on the frontlines to get the information they need to manage any potential growth of the virus from equipment and protective gear as quickly as possible,” Speer adds. “These are unprecedented times and we’re working diligently with our partners to help manage this global emergency through preventative measures and continue to facilitate the demands of our industry during this critical time.”
Along with featuring key IFUs, the complimentary COVID-19 database will also include vital information regarding ventilators, bypass machines, respirators, surgical gowns, and other related equipment that is being used to create safer environments for both patients and medical professionals. oneSOURCE users will also receive free tutorials on how to use the platform and up-to-date information about the COVID-19 crisis.
“Tools like oneSOURCE are imperative when it comes to providing healthcare workers with the resources to fight diseases like COVID-19,” says Heather Thomas, chief marketing officer and executive vice president of sales and marketing of oneSOURCE. “As we continue to use our platform’s key benefits to address the concerns and needs of our industry, building a database that provides biomedical and sterile processing professionals with the materials necessary to do so was a top priority to our team.”