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3 Steps to Effective Off-Site, Non-Acute Biomed Equipment Management

By CME on May 23, 2017 12:25:14 PM

In an age when continued growth and profitability for healthcare systems requires them to spread their footprint outside of their acute care setting, the building or acquisition of non-acute care facilities is only going to increase. Which means the management of those equipment assets increases as well. For the Biomed team tasked to oversee these facilities, as well as their own acute care setting, this poses operational challenges that can tax an already stretched department.

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4 Essential Components For Smooth Medical Capital Equipment Acquisition, Delivery And Installation

By CME on Mar 12, 2014 11:00:00 AM

Medical facilities must run smoothly. The constant flow of patients requiring immediate attention makes it necessary to have all equipment properly placed, ready and working, immediately.  When a piece of equipment isn't working or, even worse, not available, it can literally be a life or death situation.  With this in mind, there are some essential components you need to consider when ordering your equipment.  Let's take a look at how to plan your delivery and installation.

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