Reducing risk, increasing efficiencies, and improving profit margins — while maintaining quality of care. Medical equipment that is always “ready and on call.” Those are the hallmarks of successful Maximo implementations for healthcare.
Using the full suite of Maximo for Life Sciences, including Calibration, Maximo ensures that each piece of equipment is ready to do its part not only for healthcare but for life sciences.
Interloc understands this and can provide a Maximo solution that optimizes Maximo reporting for compliance procedures, business processes, and documentation to meet industry standards and requirements -- including FDA 21 CFR Part 11. This Maximo for Life Sciences and Calibration infrastructure allows you to stay on top of your assets, manage risk, and create work orders to help meet service level agreements to maintain patient safety and enable organizational efficiency.
For one of our clients, Lifespan, Interloc implemented IBM Maximo Enterprise Asset Management to ensure that their medical equipment is always “ready and on call” – whether it’s a defibrillator to revive a patient or a heart-lung machine needed to support blood circulation during cardiac surgery.
Lifespan took advantage of their recent Maximo upgrade with Interloc to further evaluate their business processes and take more advantage of additional features withinMaximo, providing them with:
The combination of optimized IBM Maximo reporting processes, optimized business processes, and compliance procedures for JCAHO standards ensured an infrastructure that allowed this healthcare provider a way to stay on top of their assets, respond to alerts, and create work orders to ensure the highest level of performance of their equipment, maintaining patient safety and enabling organizational efficiency.
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"Experts at Interloc Solutions provided a Maximo implementation that enabled Lifespan hospitals in managing safety and quality performance of medical equipment cost effectively."