Jaco News and Events

Medical Cart Rollouts: Sink or Swim

By Marcel Woodman on Jun 5, 2012 11:26:00 AM in UL500, UL700, UL200, medical cart, computer cart, EHR, EMR, mobile computer cart, service and support

The number of stories our sales representatives hear about healthcare systems who have purchased a medical cart being left to ‘sink or swim’ once the cart purchase order had been submitted is astounding. It’s not always the case, however; at JACO,...

Oswego Health Selects JACO UltraLite Carts for New EHR System

By Matt Rossini on May 21, 2012 8:02:00 AM in UL500, press release, power systems, UL200, medical cart, computer cart, EHR, customization, TRAC

May 2012 Franklin, MA - JACO, an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of point-of-care (WOWs) Workstations On Wheels is proud to announce a new (EMR) Electronic Medical Record workstation rollout at Oswego Health.  Founded over a...

The Golden Rules of EHR Implementation

By Marcel Woodman on Apr 26, 2012 3:29:00 PM in EHR, EMR, awareness, service and support

Healthcare IT News posts a follow up article to their 7 most deadly sins of EMR implementation discussing the 6 Golden Rules to follow when implementing a new EMR solution. They spoke with Rosemarie Nelson, principal of the MGMA Consulting Group,...

Medical Cart Support and Service is Critical to your Practice

By Marcel Woodman on Apr 23, 2012 12:18:00 PM in UL500, powered, UL700, power systems, UL200, medical cart, computer cart, non-powered, awareness, mobile computer cart, service and support

With the increased pressure on medical offices to implement meaningful use EHR systems, and the clinicians’ increased dependence on these systems, the support that you get from your medical cart manufacturer is more important than ever. Downtime...

Mobile Medical Carts and EHR Implementation

By Marcel Woodman on Apr 19, 2012 10:03:00 AM in UL500, UL700, UL200, medical cart, computer cart, EHR, EMR

As you prepare to take advantage of the government incentives regarding meaningful use EHR adoption (and attempt to avoid the penalties), don’t forget to take a look at your hardware and mobile cart capabilities. If you already have mobile carts,...

Eastern Maine Medical Center Refreshes Medical Cart Fleet with JACO

By Matt Rossini on Apr 11, 2012 3:41:00 PM in UL500, ultralite 500, press release, powered, power systems, announcement, medical cart, computer cart, mobile computer cart, TRAC, cart steering control

April, 2012 Franklin, MA  - JACO Inc, the industry leader in healthcare computer cart technology, is proud to announce that Eastern Maine Medical Center (EMMC) has retained JACO as its mobile computer cart vendor.  EMMC will begin refreshing...

The Overlap between EHR and Medical Carts

By Marcel Woodman on Apr 4, 2012 3:45:00 PM in UL500, configurator, UL700, UL200, medical cart, computer cart, EHR, EMR, awareness, mobile computer cart, customization

After reading over many articles about EHR/EMR software and integration, you begin to see a lot of similarity between the requests doctors, nurses and administrators have on their EHR platform and the mobile carts that are often used to carry the...

EHR Adoption Rates for Solo Practices Growing Fast

By Marcel Woodman on Mar 30, 2012 10:19:00 AM in medical cart, EHR, EMR, awareness

An ongoing study by SK&A, a marketing research firm in Irvine, Calif., found that for the second half of 2011, adoption rates for single-doctor offices jumped from 30.8% to 36.9%. This is the first time that growth in that segment outpaced that...

The Not So Meaningful Use of iPads and other Tablets

By Matt Rossini on Mar 29, 2012 11:24:00 AM in ipad cart, ipad computer cart, EHR, EMR, awareness

Although extremely popular in the healthcare industry, Apple iPads and other tablets are not being extensively embraced for implementing Electronic Health Records (EHR) initiatives. The Physicians Consulting Network revealed in a 2011 poll that...

EMR/EHR System Sales Expected to Continue to Grow

By Marcel Woodman on Mar 25, 2012 10:50:00 AM in medical cart, EHR, EMR, awareness

Government incentives, growing administration costs, and a desire to improve patient care have propelled the sales of EMR systems in 2011 to $17.9 billion, a 14.2 percent increase, according to data from Kalorama Information, a market research...