Fierce Health IT January 15, 2020
Every hospital in the U.S. works around the clock to provide quality care to its patients and stable support for its staff. Every day, hundreds of thousands of people rely on healthcare facilities to function at their most optimal levels, no matter whether a winter storm or hurricane blows through.
This means healthcare facility infrastructures, maintenance machines and computer systems work overtime to ensure all members within an organization have what they need to provide care while visitors are kept comfortable. It should feel like clockwork to them.
Facilities teams know that’s not the case, though.
With multiple maintenance systems working around the clock and oftentimes independently, a maintenance team encounters more than a few headaches and inefficiencies on a...