In response to COVID-19's disruption, health leaders are emphasizing the importance of robust supply chain management and centralized systems to ensure medical equipment inventory accuracy, address rising costs, and safeguard patient safety through reliable sourcing and operational efficiency.
Category: Equipment management
Having an optimized HTM program that delivers efficiency and effectiveness to a hospital is an often-overlooked part of the patient satisfaction equation.Read More
Glassbeam has revamped the Clinsights Service Analytics app to help healthcare organizations monitor—near real-time—radiology equipment.Read More
The U.S. military is now piloting a new program that gives soldiers firsthand training and experience on how to work on complex medical devices.Read More
Here, Meridian Leasing’s Scott Schrader shares the ins and outs of medical equipment financing—which, he says, can boost business cash flow. In other words, you want to read this article.Read More
Doctors, nurses, therapists, and others rely on clinical engineering teams to keep MRI machines, IV pumps, and other medical devices functioning and available when patients need them. Yet that only scratches the surface of the role they fulfill.Read More
Buying from domestic producers of medical supplies can build more resilient medical supply chains if healthcare takes steps like identifying alternative suppliers before they’re needed, reports Harvard Business Review.Read More