Better Patient Care, Less Wasted Time For Staff, And Significant
Financial Returns For Your Hospital.
Your hospital can track equipment with room level enterprise wide accuracy— providing exceptional visibility into your asset’s utilization rate without high costs and disruption.
There Is No Way To Truly Understand Your Device’s Utilization Rate
Explore the concept of utilization, how it can be measured, why it matters to your hospital’s revenue
Quickly Locate Equipment
To have true visibility into your asset and measure its utilization, you need to understand the entire duty cycle of your asset: not just the time it spends in operation, but also all the steps between uses like where is it travelling , how long is it staying there.
Device Utilization With RTLS That Makes You See The Invisible
Knowing the location history of your hospital’s assets allows you to analyse your entire workflow. With our solution, you’ll have a clear picture of that workflow and be able to see precisely where equipment is at any given moment, and how long it’s been there for. Once you can map and measure all that time, you can identify problematic areas you can tweak and make improvements to increase your utilization rate.
Using the infusion pump as an example one more time: say you learn that pumps typically sit idle for an extended period in a soiled equipment closet before being collected for cleaning. If you make a change to that cycle so the infusion pumps are collected and cleaned daily, they’ll go back into service faster, increasing their utilization rate, and likely reducing the number of requests for more infusion pumps to be purchased.
Make The Right Purchase Decision
Without understanding your utilization rate, you’re flying blind when trying to assess how large your facility should be.
If your hospital has no idea how your equipment is being used, you’re likely relying on anecdotal feedback to assess your purchasing decisions. When your staff have trouble locating clean, ready-to-use equipment, their default response is to ask you for more equipment. That decision-making process isn’t even an art, it’s just a guess – and hospital equipment is bought like that all the time, to the tune of millions of dollars in wasted spending. Our solution helps you understand the usage
Tickets are supported based on Prior authorizations and medical record reviews that acts as key for providers who are at risk for over- or underutilization. Care givers and operations team individually lack the mental computing power, holistic perspective, and the sheer data necessary to make the kinds of decisions that lead to optimal system functioning in a busy hospital environment. To even approach the level of sophistication, we must employ modern tools to help. The ability to strike the ideal balance between underutilization and overutilization of assets across an entire system requires not only a willingness to tackle this logistical issue with clear eyes but also a level of math calculations that simply cannot be performed manually, which is why will DU continue to play an integral role in healthcare
Helps the Hospitals use state-of-the-art equipment, some of which can save or sustain human life. IoT devices can track how long this equipment is running, it’s performance , to avoid any issues due to outages /system failures/ improper billing. You can alert hospital staff if there’s a problem and complete any repairs before the machine fails. Not only is predictive maintenance, more cost-effective, but it also keeps critical equipment such as CT scanners, ventilators, etc. running at peak efficiency. And Prevents billing errors
Our system provide the ability to analyse, monitor, and report on your healthcare assets. Having a focus on compliance and asset reporting makes it easier to track equipment data. Helping you to make better-informed decisions on asset lifecycles, maintenance, and regulations. Another benefit, in terms of productivity, is that maintenance can be planned for. This minimises disruption and allows repairs or upgrades to be carried out in quieter periods.
Inanimate surfaces and equipment in hospitals are heavily contaminated by bacteria, Bacterial contamination may contribute to ICU-acquired colonization or infection. Clinicians should be aware of the risk of cross-transmission of pathogens from inanimate surfaces in order to adopt appropriate infection control measures and try keeping it as minimum .
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