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Medical Device Compliance Issues
Noncompliant medical devices can cause a number of unnecessary injuries and even deaths to occur. Unfortunately, these instances have increased over time, placing many patients in jeopardy. The bottom line is, patients rely on medical devices to help them, not hurt them. If a medical device company is cutting corners or inaccurately performing risk management procedures, they can be placing lives in danger. Take a look below to see some of the most reported medical
Hospital Bed Repair Troubleshooting Chart
According to a survey performed in 2013 by the American Academy of Family Physicians, the average amount of patients seen by a doctor in an office, hospital, nursing home, or house call visit is nineteen patients. Nineteen patients daily per doctor is quite a bit for any kind of medical facility, which means electric hospital bed repairs can be difficult to maintain. But with the proper tools and biomedical staff, common issues such as these
Defining the Quality of Medical Equipment
It’s extremely important to know how essential medical equipment calibration standards are to a facility such as a hospital or emergency room. Today, we have the privilege of being able to rely on medical equipment for testing, treatments, and so much more. However, running a medical facility means maintaining each piece of equipment and holding them to the highest of standards. When it comes to the health of the public, there is no room for
improve the hcahps scores
Take a look at these 6 things you can do to improve the HCAHPS scores of your medical facility or hospital. Receiving a poor HCAHPS score can be discouraging to a medical facility or hospital. But there are ways to improve future scores and get right back on track so that you and your staff can treat patients with exceptional care.  The Importance of HCAHPS HCAHPS stands for Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems. While this
An external vendor performing general biomedical equipment repairs for a hospital
Medical centers and doctor’s offices are constantly busy. Whether one is an office manager or someone who is actively involved in the day-to-day operations as an owner, the duty of managing medical equipment can be one of the most tedious tasks to handle. What about outsourcing biomedical equipment needs? Here are 5 advantages of outsourcing general biomedical equipment repairs. 1. Comprehensive Team As previously mentioned, your medical equipment should comply with the Joint Commission guidelines