Grand Rapids, MI — Today, Altus Inc., a U.S.-based mobile sit-to-stand workstation manufacturer, announced ClioSwap 2.0, a new powered cart designed to last longer, and improve clinician documentation and patient satisfaction.
“In our continual effort to help providers better serve their patients, the ClioSwap 2.0 is designed to last long and improve well-documented delivery of care,” said Craig VanderHeide, Altus chief executive officer. “By increasing the workstation’s power capacity, clinicians can consistently use the cart to enter electronic medical records (EMRs) near the patient, therefore reducing the chance for errors - something that is only achievable when physician tools are available and reliable. ”
Powered by Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery technology, Altus’ new powered mobile ClioSwap 2.0 cart features two flexible charging options for providers; either plug in the cart or simply swap out a low battery for a fully charged one. This new power solution ensures that the cart can operate 24/7, so that providers can focus on patient care and thorough documentation.
The ClioSwap 2.0 allows providers to enter information into EMRs while directly interacting with the patient, helping to increase clarity and ultimately, patient care. Patients whose providers have used EMRs are known to be more loyal and more satisfied with their doctors overall (78% versus 68%).
The ClioSwap 2.0 carts can be configured with over 20 additional accessories, including extra batteries, charging wall-mounts and a hospital grade 6” coiled power cord. Altus is known for its durability, with less than 0.5%
“As a pioneer in the technology workstation industry, we are pleased to offer ClioSwap 2.0 as a safe and dependable solution for clinicians to power through their day and to reduce EMR errors,” said VanderHeide.
For more information about the new mobile workstation and pricing, visit the Altus online store.
About Altus, Inc.
Altus, Inc. builds durable, ergonomic and stylish technology workstation solutions to improve how clinicians, educators and staff work. For more than 18 years, Altus has studied how real people work to enhance their workflow. Altus technology workstations offer optimized mobility, adjustability, access to patient data and improved clinician well-being. Altus is based in Walker, Mich. and is one of the only U.S.-based technology workstation companies, with more than 80 percent of its product components manufactured in the United States. To learn more, visit www.www.altus-inc.com.