How to Buy Burn Navigator:
You are welcome to try the free demo online. Hospitals can also do an evaluation on patients before buying. How you buy depends on where you live and whether you are buying for a hospital or for military en route care.
Step 2: Contact us for a free evaluation period to use Burn Nav on your patients.
We would be happy to provide in-house training for your team. We will also provide you with a quote before we start the evaluation. There is no obligation to purchase by doing the evaluation. Most hospitals add us to an approved vendor list before doing the evaluation.
Step 3: Evaluate Burn Nav
Burn Nav H2 is available for evaluations today. Burn Nav Web will be available in September.
Step 4: Allocate budget and issue a purchase order
Burn Nav Web should be available by the time you issue a P.O., so be sure to let your sales representative know whether you prefer Burn Nav H2 or Burn Nav Web.
We would be happy to do refresher training.
Step 5: Contact your Information System team to integrate Burn Nav with your electronic medical record.
We will provide technical details to make the hook-up quick and easy. You will need to decide where you want some of the Burn Nav information to go in the chart, because Burn Nav gives you more data than most burn centers currently chart.
Sign up for our UK update list!
Send us your contact information and we'll let you know when Burn Nav is available in the UK! (~Sept 2016) email@example.com
Sign up for our Canada update list!
Send us your contact information and we'll let you know when Burn Nav is available in Canada! (~Oct 2016) firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us know who you are! We will work towards regulatory clearance in the countries where we know people want to use Burn Nav for their patients. email@example.com
U.S. Military: Deployed Medical Care & Transport
Purchase Burn Nav H2 Transport Packages from the eCAT at Government Scientific Source, www.govsci.com.
The U.S. Department of Defense gets a discount per our licensing agreement (Burn Navigator technology was developed primarily by the U.S. Army's Burn Center at Fort Sam Houston, SAMMC, TX).