FSI, a healthcare computerized maintenance management system (CMMS)/enterprise asset management provider (EAM), has announced an integration with HealthCare Facility Compliance Corp. (HCFC) CRx software to provide users with a streamlined compliance management system. 

The integration will add automated healthcare facility compliance to FSI’s platform to enhance operational efficiency and stay on top of compliance needs.

CRx software is built for compatibility with work order management systems to offer a unified solution to support increased efficiency in facility operations with ongoing compliance readiness for the Joint Commission (TJC), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and DNV. The software integration adds features including:

  • TJC/CMS/DNV Compliance Dashboard, which is updated with latest standards
  • Risk management dashboard
  • Digital permits and contractor portal
  • Automated digital binders

“We are excited and enthusiastic about our relationship with FSI and are looking forward to working with the FSI team in order to roll out a comprehensive integration for their hospital customers which will provide a compliance readiness solution in one central location with automation capabilities, reducing the stress of keeping on top of compliance tasks,” says Ilan Nachmany, president and CEO of HCF Compliance. “From tracking each EP or SR to all compliance activities and providing the hospitals’ facilities easy access to their CMMS platform when work orders are needed.”

The integration works with FSI’s CMMS/EAM suite of products (CMS) to offer a streamlined approach to compliance tasks, like tracking and management of deficiencies, inspections and drills.

“The CRx software integration is an exciting expansion of our partner network and commitment to compliance management,” says Chris Lang, vice president, product and strategy at FSI. “We are always looking to create new ways to make what may be time consuming but necessary tasks easier and more functional. Compliance is always top of mind in the healthcare space, and making it easier to manage has a positive domino effect on facilities and biomed/HTM processes across the board.”

FSI says it is committed to making ongoing improvements to the platform offerings, with user interface enhancements and other integrations, like an upcoming PartsSource and Cynerio integration included in future release plans.