Hospital Procurement Consultant in India
Our medical equipment planning & hospital procurement services encompass the assessment, planning, procurement assistance, and management guidelines for a healthcare organization’s medical technology requirements.
The health care industry is experiencing a new era in cost containment. In the past, little attention was given to the financial impact of medical equipment related decisions. In this new health care environment, “state-of-the-art” is no longer sufficient as a hospital planning criteria for selecting new technology. For a technology to be appropriate, it must address the needs for efficiency, cost-effectiveness and productivity thus enhancing the quality of patient care.
Today hospitals are in an extremely competitive arena, putting additional emphasis on a technology’s marketability. Medical devices can easily account from 30% to 50% of the overall project cost. Moreover, this asset component continues to change and evolve at an unprecedented pace. As a result, medical equipment planning and management has become a significant challenge. It is critical to implement a formal, objective and comprehensive process to manage and control the medical equipment planning process.
Technecon’s hospital planning resources and database comprise an extensive equipment library system with standards, technical specifications, utility requirements and market prices. From a management standpoint, our systematic efforts provide for standardization, accountability and the common integration of data through a central point, permitting us to address the complexities of a given project in a timely manner.
- Assessment of Appropriate Medical Technology
- Planning and Budgeting of Medical Equipment, Medical Gas Pipeline Systems (MGPS), Pneumatic Tube Systems (PTS), Nurse Call Systems and Patient Related Furniture
- Procurement Assistance
- Installation Management
- Device Operational Management Training Assistance
Technecon’s experience in medical equipment planning and hospital procurement adds tremendous value to existing healthcare facilities as well as new facilities during the hospital planning stages.