Private health center in France
11 OPERATING ROOMS
Challenge: A competitive financing of the medical device inventory was sought out as part of the consolidation of two clinics – from medicine technology through the image-guided process, the sterile department to the setup of a canteen.
Solution: Complete financing of all devices with a single rate and one contact for the entire financing area.
Customer benefits: A solution from one source with a contact for all device areas, with TESMA© Online as an instrument for straight-forward budget monitoring and controlling.
Clinical Center in Berlin
Challenge: One of the largest university clinics in Europe has the goal of reducing the energy and CO₂ consumption of its datacenter. The focus is on the determination and elimination of weak points in the datacenter.
Solution: Analysis of energy efficiency in the datacenters and the determination and realization of potential for improvement. The result: The first TÜV-certified datacenter.
Customer benefits: Elimination of weak points and systematic reduction of energy costs.
COST-BENEFIT OPTIMIZATION IN A LARGE SWISS UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Challenge: A large Swiss university hospital is reviewing the leasing option for its medical technology. This is with the backdrop of new allocation forms for medical services in Switzerland.
Solution: Integrated project illustration with individually plannable and implementable technology, performance and service components. The realization period is six years.
Customer benefits: Reduced process costs in the areas of finance, administration and support achieved, among other things, by the flexible use of technology and the reduction of individual processes. At the same time, increased cost transparency through better planability and the opportunity to clearly assign costs to individual cost centers using the cost-by-cause principle.
CONSOLIDATION OF DEVICE ENVIRONMENT IN ONE OF THE LARGEST CLINICS IN EUROPE
BER OF DEVICES
Challenge: One of the largest clinics in Europe wants to replace obsolete devices with new technology. In addition, the device management is to be simplified. The clinic is looking for a partner which will continue to coordinate and control the replacement of devices over a long period of time.
Solution: Rollout of approx. 12,000 PCs and TFT monitors over a time period of 60 months. Integration of hardware and service partners for the timely delivery, software installation and operational transfer of the new devices. All old devices are refurbished and remarketed at the Technology and Service Center in Groß-Gerau.
Customer benefits: CHG-MERIDIAN coordinates both the hardware and service suppliers. The technical harmonization of the device environment significantly reduces monitoring and administration work. Furthermore, the electronic document flow is clearly and transparently controlled – from ordering to invoicing.