Custodian’s CMMS solution is perfect for maintaining the healthcare sectorJuly 3, 2020 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Hospitals and other healthcare facilities require effective maintenance programs to function at their peak. Not only do organizations depend on computer-based maintenance systems; so do human lives. This is where the Custodian CMMS solution comes in. This facility maintenance software helps hospital staff serve patients with utmost comfort and competence, providing quality care and stable support, even during crises that affect power and productivity.
A functional, safe, healing environment
Custodian CMMS software is essential for healthcare facility infrastructures, maintenance machines, and computer systems, which already work overtime to make sure that all employees have everything they need to care for visitors. This should be an instinctive routine at all times, but multiple maintenance systems working 24-7 and often independently always results in inefficiencies and other issues. It is a full-time job to maintain a functional, safe, healing environment, especially when maintenance teams are small.
This is why a CMMS solution is necessary today, especially with smaller maintenance teams. Among the advantages of Custodian’s CMMS software: it reduces repair costs, eases work-order management, increases productivity, helps hospitals meet strict compliance standards, and boosts daily efficiency. Only this way can a modern hospital function as well as it can.
A key benefit of Custodian’s CMMS solution is alleviation of regulatory overload. It is difficult to maintain compliance throughout a healthcare system with hundreds of discrete regulatory requirements to consider. With its preventive maintenance plan, CMMS software automatically notifies maintenance teams of continuous required testing, which saves the team from last-minute checking that everything is up to date just before an evaluation. Custodian can also track the system’s full history, forecast preventative maintenance, and notify managers when tests are due.
Still another advantage is a culture of accountability. A hospital’s maintenance team can track common trends throughout CMMS data as the program manages projects and personnel. Since a computer stores all information, maintenance teams can view their work orders from a backlog perspective, and program managers can keep tabs on closure rates regarding preventative maintenance. By seeing where personnel gaps lie, all employees are accountable for their actions.
For more information, contact Custodian.