Alerts Tracker

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Alerts Tracker® delivers daily notifications ensuring alerts reach the right person every time. Be confident that your medical devices, equipment, supplies, pharmaceuticals, food, and blood products are safe for patients.

Find Recalls Faster with Automatch for Equipment and Supplies

Our exclusive Automatch™ feature automatically identifies equipment models and supplies within your inventory that are impacted by an alert or recall, and notifies designated departments so they can address a potential safety risk much faster. 

Note: The Automatch feature is currently available for U.S. members only.

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​LEARN MORE ABOUT Alerts Tracker with Automatch

ECRI Institute's Alerts Tracker team describes Automatch for Equipment, the newest enhancement to its automated recall management system. Length: 2:42.

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Streamline your Recall Management System and Reduce Patient Risk

Whether you're a hospital, health system, integrated delivery network, physician practice or other healthcare provider, you can rely on Alerts Tracker's expert reporting and data management tools, ongoing personalized support, and guidance on developing best practices and policies, making your recall management process stronger and smarter, and your patients safer. 

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Call us at​ (610) 825-6000, ext. 5891, or e-mail clientservices@ecri.org.

 How Alerts Tracker Works

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Alerts Tracker promotes patient safety by electronically distributing vital safety information about medical devices, blood products, food products, and pharmaceuticals to the appropriate staff. Reporting features and documentation of actions taken streamline your process.

  • Automatch™ matches alerts to items in your equipment and supply inventory, saving you time on research (this feature is only available in the United States).
  • Tailor content exactly to your needs, across 50 user categories.
  • Gain knowledge with exclusive content and guidance on specific alerts.
  • Document staff activity so you know the status of alerts at any time.
  • Run reports 24/7 to monitor alerts-related issues, and verify which tasks are completed and resolved.
  • Be ready for the next Joint Commission survey or regulatory audit.

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