Our HH agency purchased these bags for our nurses. They are very lightweight and hold your laptop and commonly used supplies (specialty supplies and extra stock will need to be carried in your trunk stock).
The smaller front zipper pocket holds your phone, keys, eyeglasses, camera, pens, etc. The next larger zipper pouch area is great for holding supplies you are bringing in for that specific patient visit (foley cath kit, ostomy, wound...), the next zipper is a large "drop down" work area that has pockets for your BP cuff, stethescope, scissors, penlight, thermometer...the kind of durable items that you use on multiple patients. There is a pocket to put alcohol wipes to clean the equipment after using it, and a large pocket to carry barriers (chux, paper towels, newspaper) to place the bag upon...best practice is to hang the bag, next best to place ontop of barrier above the floor (yes, I've had dogs pee on my bag). Then there is the really big zippered compartment to hold your frequently used supplies (wound care, lab, etc) with a separate padded area for you laptop/paperwork/chart. Two side pockets can be used as a "dirty area" for hand cleaning supplies, waste bags, small sharp container, etc...
Put cute little zipper pulls on the various zippers for quick identification of which compartment that you need to enter.
I hope that this helps. The ex-paramedic in me still uses a toolbox with a removable top tray and compartments in the lid, though. :wink2: