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Commentum Clinical Engineering Information System

Commentum is a software that enables healthcare facilities to track medical devices and maintain high levels of efficiency efficiently.

It is compatible with various standards, such as the Universal Medical Device Nomenclature System (ECRI/UMDNS), United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC), Global Medical Device Nomenclature (GMDN), and Turkey National Information Bank for Medicines and Medical Devices (TITUBB).

The program meets all the requirements for asset management systems and clinical engineering information management systems in healthcare facilities.

Our project is unique because it can seamlessly integrate with companies that offer clinical engineering services for medical devices with maintenance, repair, or calibration contracts. It allows the company to be monitored based on the criteria outlined in the agreement, such as minimum intervention time, repair time, and uptime rate. If these criteria are not met, penal action can be taken. This ensures that the medical devices are running smoothly and any issues are promptly addressed.

The Ministry of Health published brand, branch, and type definitions for the Clinical Engineering Information Management System and Fixed Asset and Asset Management System workflows. This was done through a letter, numbered 3161, titled “Clinical Engineering Services” and dated 19.07.2013, as well as a circular numbered 2013/09 on “Stock Management and Movable Property Applications” and a letter on “Clinical Engineering Information Management Systems” dated 20.09.2013 and numbered 80981279. The system is fully compatible with these publications.

The Registration Unit approves the Clinical Engineering Information Management System and Fixed Asset and Asset Management System for compliance with the Ministry of Health’s 2018 rule sets.

Functional Features

  • Inventory and debit records and follow-ups of medical devices
  • Tracking time during which medical devices remain operational.
  • Fault notifications and follow-ups
  • Scheduling and overseeing regular maintenance and calibration activities.
  • Documenting the procedures for renewing records.
  • Scrapping procedures
  • Follow-up of warranty or technical service contracts
  • Monitoring the replacement of parts.
  • Integration with the Ministry of Health Material Resources Management System (MKYS)


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