We are honored to be co-presenting with two such prominent healthcare systems. If you will be at the event, we invite you to come to these sessions.
Tuesday, July 28: 10:00 – 11:00 AM with Los Angeles County Department of Health Services:
The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services successfully completed a large-scale project to transform its biomed, facilities and supply chain operations to achieve robust efficiencies using data and an improved workflow at its six hospitals. This required integrated implementations of best practices, benchmarking, data standardization and new technologies including a new CMMS. Transforming the way that multiple departments and multiple locations perform their day-to-day work, as well as the overarching strategies for the enterprise, can seem daunting at first but through effective planning and buy-in from all involved parties, the opportunities for improvement are numerous for all. The results are lower costs, more effective systems and processes, and data to demonstrate the improvements to upper level management.
David Chambers, CBET, Director, Facilities Management, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Rich Sable, CBET, Product Manager, EQ2, LLC
Wednesday, July 29: 10:00 – 11:00 AM with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center:
The HTM team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center has uncovered new ways to improve efficiencies and communication while reducing costs through complete data and information visibility. Using advanced reporting and dashboards with data optimized at the individual hospital department level within the CMMS, numerous synergies are realized. Communication between departments is enhanced and support of HTM both for, and from, those departments becomes the norm rather than the exception. Data integrity and value toward life cycle management decisions is achieved through providing visibility to all sides. This empowers clinicians and department managers to help reduce total cost of ownership by reducing the cost of service ratio (COSR). With complete visibility into individual assets within each individual department, clinicians, department managers and HTM are all on the same page and pursuing the same goals for each asset’s management.
Jon Kocurek, Clinical Engineering Director, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health
Michael Brilling, Clinical Engineer, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health
Vishal Malhotra, Chief Technology Officer, EQ2 LLC
For more information on the event, please see the MD Expo Irvine 2020 website.
For a free VIP Pass to the event and information about the exhibition portion of the event where EQ2 will be at booths 213 and 215 see our event page.