Biomedical Operations Need a CMMS to Ensure Regulatory Compliance is Achieved

Since biomedical operations within hospitals, clinics, and even outsource maintenance organizations need to keep track of maintenance on all critical equipment and machinery, preventive maintenance schedules must be implemented in order to provide a clean, healthy environment, without interruption to patient treatment. Service requests must be responded to quickly and efficiently. Most importantly, data about all the maintenance activity done to this life-saving equipment must be captured logically, and data surrounding this activity must be able to be reported on easily for auditors and regulatory bodies.

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Maintenance Connection’s simple, easy-to-use, web-based biomed equipment and facilities management application can help your organization maintain accurate maintenance histories and keep tighter control of maintenance schedules and routines. Risk analysis, life safety tracking, and even equipment calibration monitoring are just some of the features of Maintenance Connection that help organizations achieve compliance with requirements and standards for biomedical maintenance.

Capturing compliance-related data, such as PM completion dates, average response times, on-time completion percentages, last completed and next scheduled dates, and many more critical pieces of data in the Maintenance Connection CMMS ensure compliance with standards from regulatory agencies like Joint Commission.

Biomedical facilities and clinics can set up maintenance procedures and preventive maintenance schedules to manage facilities and equipment in the following areas:
  • Imaging Systems
  • Surgical Equipmentbiomed
  • Rehabilitation Equipment
  • Water Treatment Equipment
  • Dialysis Machines
  • Respiratory Equipment
  • Hospital Beds
  • Sterilizing Equipment
  • Radiation Machines