The Status Module provides a complete system for reporting, coordinating and analyzing hospital status for hospitals, transport providers and dispatchers. The clear, easy-to-use interface and the system’s ability to support data downloads from CAD systems enables dispatch to quickly assess and deploy resources.
During MCIs and other disasters, the MCI Module provides a robust system for communications, coordination and situation management with the ability to provide:
MCI data can be compiled and displayed as printable reports for detailed analysis.
ReddiNet’s customizable Assessment screens enable you to obtain accurate and current estimates of staff, supplies, equipment, patient needs, facility damage, and resources needed and available. Assessments can be created in advance, allowing you to:
ReddiNet’s Messages module allows you to easily send secure messages to your network and out-of-network facilities. Our messaging operates like a typical email system, allowing you to cut and paste information, include attachments and create message groups. Here’s some examples of how existing customers use ReddiNet messages:
To aid in daily discharge planning and evacuations, the Bed Capacity module enables an at-a-glance view of a facility’s ability to accept patient transfers. The screen contains fields for:
All ReddiNet accounts include the ReddiNet Dashboard, an at-a-glance view of your network’s Alert and Diversion Status, MCIs, Offline Facilities and Hospital Service Levels, and your own facility’s current HAvBed reporting, Assessments and Messages.
ReddiNet can interface with any other emergency system. Electronic Patient Care Records (EPCR) can come through ReddiNet with an audible alert and a link to the EPCR site. We interface with fire department CAD systems to stream relevant information to the rigs.
In some counties, ReddiNet offers a dedicated system backed by Satellite. The system includes all six modules, plus a dedicated computer, monitor and printer. We take care of the hardware and satellite connection via regular site checks and remote monitoring. Satellite service is provided by HughesNet Enterprise, the world’s leading provider of satellite broadband for home and office.