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Not all work orders or CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) systems are created equal. The ability to create, assign, track, and close work orders efficiently is central to any CMMS. Most should enable prioritization of tasks, assignment to the appropriate personnel, and tracking of time and resources used. In most settings, that is enough. But in healthcare, more is required. The task to find one can be daunting since so many are one size fits all.
A well-designed CMMS in a healthcare setting does more than just track repairs and schedule maintenance. An effective healthcare CMMS must ensure uninterrupted, safe, and efficient operation of medical equipment and facilities, comply with stringent regulatory standards, and support the overall goal of delivering high-quality patient care. Implementing an effective work order or CMMS program in a healthcare facility requires special considerations given the critical nature of healthcare services and the complex, sensitive equipment involved.
Here's a detailed checklist of what an effective healthcare work order system or CMMS should look like:
The complexities of healthcare systems, combined with the critical nature of their function, demand a robust, specialized approach to maintenance management. By integrating predictive maintenance, emergency response protocols, and stringent inventory management, such a system becomes an indispensable tool in the smooth operation of a healthcare facility. It's a testament to how the right blend of technology and process can create an environment where healthcare professionals can focus on what they do best – caring for patients.
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