About beHub

Supporting high quality patient care by reducing risk and ensuring the correct use of medical devices and products

Our Vision

The idea behind beHub is simple.

To consolidate product information for all medical equipment used in hospitals in one place. To make it easier for frontline healthcare workers to do their job and take care of their patients.

With experience working in training and procurement for one of Australia’s major hospitals, we know how difficult it is to access complete and accurate information when you need it.

By having all manufacturer product information and training resources all in one place, not only does it make life easier for doctors, nurses and other allied healthcare personnel, it improves the quality of essential patient care.

With direct access to the most up-to-date information, all personnel can quickly learn the right way to use the equipment in their department – reducing the risk of equipment not being used as indicated.

beHub supports recent graduates and healthcare staff new to a department and unfamiliar with its equipment. It saves other staff having to explain how to use each unit. It reduces uncertainty, reduces the risk of device misuse, and gives them the confidence to do their job and look after their patients in safety.


For hospital administrators, beHub is an excellent way to support their personnel. It will keep track of staff training, fulfil their responsibilities for good governance, and make the best use of their investment in valuable medical hardware.

beHub gives manufacturers the ability to better support their sales teams by providing an alternative way to update end-users on the safe and effective use of their equipment.

Hospital Data Flow

We’re confident that beHub offers all stakeholders an important tool in the delivery of world-class patient care.

Elizabeth Jones & Brian Halse

Find out how beHub helps you deliver quality care by keeping clinicians up-to-date with medical devices and equipment in your hospital - reducing risk and increasing patient safety.

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