Nanosonics AuditPro™ streamlines your organisation’s compliance with National standards and evidence-based guidelines. It provides you with real-time risk notifications for easy course-correction and survey-ready ultrasound infection prevention compliance reports.
Meet National standards and evidence-based guideline requirements
Simplify your organisation’s ability to meet traceability requirements outlined in your relevant National standards and evidence-based guidelines.1-3
Nanosonics AuditPro provides automated digital linking of the infection control cycle events, including data captured from trophon®2 devices, to the appropriate patient identifier.
Nanosonics AuditPro has been built to meet HIPAA compliance standards.
Real-time risk notifications
As an infection preventionist, quality manager or risk officer, you will be able to monitor and course correct compliance over the ultrasound infection prevention workflow.
Real-time notifications are triggered when potential non-compliance events occur providing you an opportunity to remediate by investigating and documenting the event within the system. You can also follow up with training or education on relevant standard operation procedures for your staff as required.
Survey-ready compliance reports
Generate powerful digital logbooks from disinfection data collected at the point of care. Search and filter the records easily by any captured data point.
Quickly demonstrate compliance of probes used in procedures with a traceability search by a specific patient identifier.
Print compliance reports, with all relevant critical parameters, and demonstrate a successful disinfection cycle during surveys.
The trophon® family includes trophon® EPR and trophon®2 which share the same core technology of 'sonically activated' hydrogen peroxide.
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- Standards Australia (AS) and Standards New Zealand (NZS). AS/NZS 4187 2014: Reprocessing of reusable medical devices in health service organisations. 2014
- Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) and Australasian College for Infection Prevention and Control (ACIPIC). Guidelines for Reprocessing Ultrasound Transducers. 2017
- Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ACSQHC). National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards. 2017