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Medical Equipment Planning
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Whether building a new healthcare facility or renovating an existing one, medical equipment planners work with architects, engineers and clinical staff to identify medical equipment needed, utility services required and appropriate spaces.

The outcome of this process includes:

         Preliminary medical equipment Bill of Quantities (BOQ) during Programming/Planning Phase of the project with pricing.

        Medical Equipment BOQ during the Design Phase of the project with technical specifications.

        Loaded Drawings which are loaded floor layout plans showing locations and general layout of major medical equipment and furniture systems. These typically include all Group 1 and Group 2 equipment in addition to some Group 3 equipment.

        Engineering specific reports that highlight typical detailed design requirements needed by other sub-consultants and engineering such as MEP, structural engineers, security, interior designers, IT, Telcom, environmental services and so forth.

Medical equipment planning is followed by Medical Equipment Procurement.

Medical Equipment Procurement
Services - Biomedical Engineering

This process is based on the outcome of the Medical Equipment Planning process whereby needed medical equipment types are identified, quantities compiled and locations are marked.

The procurement process includes the following:

·         Prepare Technical Specifications

·         Prepare Tender Documents

·         Solicit Bids from Vendors/Suppliers

·         Evaluate Bids

·         Award & Contract

·         Compile delivery, installation and commissioning program

The following process is Medical Equipment Management.

Medical Equipment Management
Services - Biomedical Engineering

After medical equipment is ordered from vendors and suppliers during the Medical Equipment Procurement Process; the delivery, installation and commissioning of equipment supply takes place.

The management process includes:

·         Accepting delivery

·         Supervising Installation & Commissioning

·         Planning & conducting training (technical & operational)

·         Tagging of equipment (barcodes or RFID)

·         Testing for safety

·         Entering  to Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

Once this phase is over, the Biomedical Engineering Department takes over operation and maintenance issues.

Computerized Management Maintenance System (CMMS)
Services - Biomedical Engineering

A CMMS is a necessary tool to any Biomedical Engineering Department. Our biomeds provides the following services:

         Properly assign UMDNS to medical equipment into the CMMS

         Setup Preventive Maintenance (PM) schedules based on Medical Equipment factors, Utilities Management factors, and Life Safety assignment

         Compile spare parts for PM

         Setup Work Orders Templates

         Setup Labor Productivity Templates

        Setup Contracts Management reporting

In addition to providing an functional system for the day-to-day operation of the biomedical department, the CMMS also supports financing department with accurate costing and budgeting projections.