Hospital Furniture | Hospital Furniture Management

  In recent years, along with the relevant national policy support for health care and attention, people’s emphasis on the health care industry level has been improved, gradually expand the scale of hospital diagnosis and treatment, the patient source is also increasing, then use requirement for hospital furniture also constantly improve, about hospital furniture use before and after the management change, too.
  What is hospital furniture management?
  It refers to the sum of a series of work such as the use, finalization, arrival acceptance, warehousing, allocation, maintenance, inventory and furniture scrapping of hospital furniture. The purpose is to better assist daily medical activities, timely coordinate with the medical staff’s diagnosis and treatment needs, and better meet the needs of patients.
  In view of the fact that hospital furniture has just been included in the overall design and planning of hospital construction in China in recent years, the word “hospital furniture” is rarely mentioned in relevant industry standards, and the management methods of hospital furniture are relatively backward.
  At present, there are three aspects of hospital furniture management in China:
  First, start late
  Second, outdated ideas
  Third, backward management means.
  Some medical institutions pay little attention to or are not clear about the daily management of medical furniture, and do not provide timely support for the development of hospital diagnosis and treatment, fail to replace and meet the needs of doctors and patients, and indirectly form a waste of resources.
  The management and maintenance of hospital furniture plays a great role in connecting the previous and the next to the medical development. Good maintenance means and methods of medical furniture, namely extending the service life of existing furniture, can also reduce the purchase of new furniture, reduce the burden of operating costs, and avoid the workload of medical staff, and support the normal operation of front-line.

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