Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) June 01, 2017
Today, Oklahoma City-based RepTango, LLC, announced the launch of its new app targeted directly at the operating room.
Free for hospitals of any size, RepTango facilitates better communication between hospitals and their healthcare industry representatives – better known in the industry as ‘device reps.’
“There’s no doubt device reps help surgeons provide better care." said Greg Archbald, co-founder of RepTango. “The device rep’s role is to know the ins-and-outs of the equipment they sell, make sure it's ready for surgeons and staff to use, and to answer the OR’s technical questions.”
Founded by a team of ex-medical device reps, RepTango was designed to ensure hospitals and their staff are able to leverage the knowledge, technical support, and education provided by their medical device reps, even when the rep isn’t present.
Those who manage the operating room are under an immense amount of pressure not only to provide care for their patients but to also run their operations as effectively and profitably as possible.
“Our focus is primarily on alleviating management from unnecessary interruptions from both internal staff and external device reps,” Archbald says. “By making important device information available to those that need it within the hospital, RepTango not only decreases the number of “Do you have a minute?” interruptions by the hospital’s own staff but also the number of unscheduled visits and cold calls by outside reps on OR management.”
Essentially, RepTango provides the OR management a tool to share device and product information with anyone on the hospital staff who requires access. Device reps upload instructions for use, brochures, customer service info and training materials for any product or device they carry. Hospital management and procurement can also submit requests for quotes for new products through the RepTango system as well.
Given today’s environment, hospitals are always looking for new and creative ways to reduce their overhead and increase productivity. However, the healthcare industry has been slow to adopt some of the new technologies that have come online in the last few years.
“Conventional software systems in the health industry are not only expensice but notoriously difficult to use for hospital staff and expensive.” says Archbald. “RepTango is free to use for the hospitals and also enables hospital staff to start benefiting from the tool Day 1.”
RepTango claims even the most tech-inept staff can learn how to use the app in only 3 minutes.
RepTango says their mission is to make the dance between rep and hospital simpler, more pleasant, and more productive. Now, any hospital to take advantage of this new tech everyone has come to enjoy outside of work. Through its app, they aim to bring simplicity, human reason, and logic that’s been missing from operating room.
Learn more about RepTango at: http://www.reptango.com/
The RepTango (http://www.reptango.com) application is available for free for hospitals of any size. Founded by a team of ex-medical device reps, RepTango’s mission is to make the dance between rep and hospital simpler, more pleasant, and more productive.
Greg Archbald, Founder