Biomedical services, technical teams, logistical support, IT resources… you must guarantee your customers and patients the best possible conditions for the provision of services and the use of the resources made available: safety and satisfaction of the care units, availability of equipment, compliance with legal obligations, cost optimisation…
An expert in maintenance and asset management software solutions since 1985, CARL Berger-Levrault designs IT solutions to meet the challenges of operating healthcare assets. A partner with such bodies as the French Association of Biomedical Engineers (AFIB), the French Association of Hospital Engineers (IHF) and the Organisation for the Modernization of Hospital Information Systems (GMSIH), we pull out all the stops to help you to be able to face new constraints in healthcare.
To do just that, we have developed CARL Source Healthcare, a comprehensive solution dedicated to managing biomedical assets and hospital technical facilities. CARL Source Healthcare.
“One software to manage your technical, biomedical and IT equipment.”
The Management of the Berger-Levrault group is pleased to invite you to celebrate the opening of its subsidiary in Lausanne, on Wednesday May 18. This event will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Ateliers de Vevey. On this occasion, you will meet the expert teams in Maintenance Management and Asset Management [...]
The result of developments carried out in collaboration with several key customers, CARL Source 6 is the concrete expression of how Berger-Levrault has evolved its CARL software to deliver an enhanced TAM (Technical Asset Management) and CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management Systems) solution, helping users to accelerate their entry into Industry 4.0, Smart Buildings and Smart […]
CARL Software will participate in a special operational BIM conference with its client the Hospices Civils de Lyon at Health-ITExpo the leading trade show in France for ICTs, information systems and e-health. CMMS Conference – Operational BIM – Agora Construction / Engineering. May 23, 2019 from 11:15 to 12:00 How to anticipate the operational BIM […]