ESP has helped numerous healthcare facilities across the nation with a wide array of healthcare technology management challenges. Each of the case studies below represents different strategies ESP can help facilities like yours get on a more efficient path. Don’t get left behind – contact us and find out how ESP can work for you!
A large Midwestern health system had a mature in-house service organization supported by various OEM service contracts. Over decades, the in-house team matured but now needed to make annual investments in training and other technical support tools. How should they invest while desiring to reduce overall expenses?
A consortium made up of six independently owned health systems in Wisconsin who collaborate to deliver quality and efficient healthcare wanted to utilize the negotiation power of their partnership to find a solution to supplement each of its Members’ current healthcare technology management needs while also reducing overall program costs.
A prestigious two hospital system in Southern California mandated cost reduction in the area of equipment service. With six months remaining before the start of their new fiscal year, they set out to find guidance with evaluating their options.
A three hospital system had two separate outsourced programs for their equipment needs. One contract for all of the biomedical related equipment, including a manager plus technicians, and a separate multi-vendor program for imaging related devices. Both programs were expiring within six months.
A large New York hospital had recently utilized a third-party to bid out their equipment service portfolio for most of their imaging equipment. While they realized some savings, the bid did not address all of their service-related issues. Devices were omitted, leaving executives unfulfilled with the process.
A California health system had a poor performing biomedical program consisting of a manager and six technicians dedicated to the biomedical related devices. In addition, they had a part-time imaging equipment service technician, plus more than $4 million in annual service contracts.