TriMedx White Papers

With more than 1,800 healthcare providers under our belt, we’ve become highly successful over the years at reducing expenses, optimizing services and enhancing revenue for our clients. With a wealth of knowledge in everything clinical engineering, we invite you to read our best practices we implement into each of our programs.
 

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Consolidating Non-Clinical Purchased Services

Hospital and vendor consolidation is bringing greater awareness to the savings opportunities that have been buried in non-clinical purchased services over the years such as food catering, laundry and clinical engineering services.

Gaining a Competitive Edge in Today's Healthcare Industry

In today’s economy, consumers control the marketplace with growing demands for goods and services to be competitively priced while also expecting value and technology.

Are You Spending Too Much on Clinical Engineering?

Hospital and vendor consolidation is bringing greater awareness to the savings opportunities that have been buried in non-clinical purchased services. Most hospitals are looking for ways to assess and outsource services in an effort to cut costs.

Developing a Best-in-Class Clinical Engineering Department

Declining reimbursement and lower patient volumes are continuing to put pressure on hospitals to reduce spending and save money. Due in large part to the high visibility of costs related to equipment maintenance and repairs and capital acquisition, one of the first places many hospitals start looking for ways to save is in the clinical engineering department. Not surprising considering the drain that service contracts, repairs and new equipment purchases can put on hospital revenue.

Five Ways Comprehensive Lifecycle Management Can Help Reduce Total Cost of Ownership

When it comes to comprehensive lifecycle management of equipment, there are five key areas to reduce a hospital’s TCO and improve the bottom-line: capital equipment and technology planning, selection and procurement, implementation, management and support, and end of life management.

Total Cost of Ownership: The Influence of Clinical Engineering

Without this knowledge hospitals take the risk of incurring ongoing escalating expenses in hidden areas and missing out on significant and sustainable savings opportunities.

Understanding the Regulatory Requirements for Documenting Medical Maintenance

In today’s hospital, there’s a significant gap between hospital risk management and clinical engineering.

Five Costs You Don’t Typically Associate with Clinical Engineering

An effective clinical engineering department should be one area in which your hospital is consistently saving
money. But in order to have a department like this, there must first be a clear understanding of what clinical engineering is and is not.