Happy New Year!
At Annuvia, we’re very excited to enter the New Year. With operations expanding across the United States, we’ve found great success with our group CPR classes and first aid training courses. Since all of our courses are taught by full-time healthcare providers with years of clinical experience, our clients continue offering wonderful training reviews and feedback.
We continue to expand our operations, offering high quality CPR in Los Angeles, Houston, New York and everywhere in between.
Thank you for your partnership and commitment to helping Annuvia train lay-people in life-saving skills.
One of the best ways to evaluate a CPR AED Training company before hiring them for your next training session is to read their reviews. The more reviews a company has and the better their rating, typically means the better your experience will be. Annuvia’s reviews are updated regularly. We share the honest truth, posting all ratings, the good and the bad, so you know just how we’re doing.
If you’re interested in learning more about our services, contact us today!
We’re excited to make an announcement of a pending announcement! Some big news is coming to the AED unit and AED medical direction/oversight industry. Stay tuned….!
Knowledge is power. We’ve launched a new AED laws section to the Arch website so that you can learn more about AED laws, rules, and legislation – nationally. Select your state to learn what AED requirements you might face and how you can build a legally-compliant AED program.
Arch offers AED owners legal compliance solutions nationally. Contact us to learn more or to start a FREE demo!
Using Arch’s Automated E-commerce System
Join us for a FREE Webinar on September 15
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
During this brief, 15 minute, webinar, we will explore how AED distributors (Channel Partners) can use Arch’s e-commerce store to fuel new sales opportunities.
Arch is compatible with all AED makes, models, and manufacturers! Join us to get a FREE, sneak peak at the Arch program so you can see exactly how it’ll help you keep your customers and get new business.
Title: Using Arch’s Automated E-commerce System
Date: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PDT
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer
Arch has launched the first (and only) fully integrated e-commerce system in the AED medical direction and oversight industry. Do more than be told that your AED units are expiring – actually order what you need, when you need it!
Arch’s patent-pending technology, provides you with recommendations for your AED program by determining the products needed to keep your program in full compliance. Arch analyzes the type of AED units you have, the part numbers used for your equipment, and the expiration dates of your units to offer you fully customized recommendations on what’s needed and when – no matter what type of equipment you have.
You can place your order with the click of a mouse and, once shipped, all new serial numbers and expiration dates are automatically uploaded and added to the Arch system for ongoing compliance.
Whether you own an AED, manage or sell AEDs, Arch has a solution for you. Contact us today to learn more!
Have you ever wondered what the difference between an AED prescription and AED Medical Direction and Oversight is? Learn now so you can be sure you (or your clients) receive all of the protections under AED Good Samaritan laws!
Annuvia released a list of “Four Compelling AED Program Must Haves” this afternoon. Check out this list as you’re sure to be impressed with how our technology is leading the way in the Automated External Defibrillator industry in more ways than saving lives due to sudden cardiac arrest.
Included in our list, Arch offers AED program managers new e-commerce methods to re-order accessories, obtain AED medical oversight from leading physicians, and automatically file mandatory 911 and EMS AED placement reports.
On Wednesday, March 9, 2011, Annuvia released “The Top Five Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Unit Challenges for Global Organizations,” a report detailing why some of the world’s largest organizations don’t provide the same life-saving benefits to their foreign (non-US) offices that are found in their domestic (US) offices. Here’s an excerpt:
“SAN FRANSISCO, CA – Global businesses face many challenges above and beyond those faced by domestic (United States) organizations, in providing uniform, consistent health care services on an international level for each of their facilities. Commonly, these challenges can lead to uneven coverage gaps.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is not a domestic phenomenon. “Both foreign and domestic businesses experience medical emergencies. Both have vast experience with Sudden Cardiac Arrest. And both should have all available therapy options available to their employees, guests and the community where they are located – including Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs),” states Micah Bongberg, President of Annuvia, a San Francisco, Ca-based organization that distributes AED units and provides CPR, AED, First Aid Training, and AED Medical Direction/Oversight services….”