TrackMoore™ contains what you need to help keep your AED's properly managed and rescue ready. TrackMoore™ makes it easier for you to keep your AEDs inspected, consumables up to date, and keep track of your volunteer responder certifications.
TrackMoore™ helps you keep track of your compliance by providing you updates to regulations at the local and state levels
to help take advantage of Good Samaritan protections.
TrackMoore™ keeps you informed of changes to state and local AED laws as well as notifying you of manufacture recalls that may apply to your specific device.
What you receive with TrackMoore™:
Online File Cabinet / Resource Library
Access to AED inventory files, EMS notifications,
prescriptions and online library of legal, statuary and regulatory requirements documents
Device Prescription / Medical Direction
AED Prescription + Medical Direction (physician) assigned to provide, review, and approve SCA response protocols
Agency Notification / Registration
Completion and submission of notifications/registrations as required by law to all local and state agencies applicable to your location
Tracking / Reporting
TrackMoore™ online software provides s support, including e-mail reminders, reports, and dashboard charts regarding manufacturer recalls and changes in regulations
Alerts / Notifications
E-mail alerts and notifications sent 90/60/30 days prior to the expiration of battery, pad and responder certifications registered in TrackMoore™ and provides reminders to complete device checks
Response via online chat, telephone customer support, same-day e-mail or help desk ticket system
Tools and resources are made available to assist you in your AED program deployment. Webinars are available for larger scale deployments.
Develop and maintain documentation needed to meet local requirements for Good Samaritan protection
Post-AED USE Event Review / Loaner AED
Download of AED USE event data and post AED USE event review and reporting by a licensed medical director. A loaner unit is also provided while data is being collected from your AED