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About us

• At Solutechh, we are focused on providing healthcare consulting services with the highest level of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations

• We offer an occupational specific application to improve patient safety, workplace morale, interpersonal relationships and institutional peak performance. 

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Why us

• We have business experience and qualification and performance strategies.

• We offer a unique value proposition with a variety of offerings choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy to work with us.

• Our team had extensive healthcare experience.

What we do

• Planning

• Designing

• Managing and Turnkey Developments of secondary and Tertiary Multi specialty Hospital

• Medical Equipment Planning, budgeting and vendor selection

Equipment planning

• Financial Assistance for Medical Equipment’s

• Protocol and Process Improvement

• System Development

• Marketing and Branding

• Training and Development

• A Good equipment planning includes careful Attention to fixed and movable equipment's that will be needed in operations


The lack of planning will result :

–Wastage of millions of rupees

–Reduced Operational efficiency

–Lower standards of patient care

Equipment's planning is done early in design development Stage

This planning involves

(a) A series of Meetings of

• Medical staff

• HODs &

• Other Staffs to discuss the needed equipment’s

(b) Preparing Room by Room Equipment List

(c) Review of this list by

• Administrator

• Medical staff

• Departmental heads

(d) Another detailed Equipment's planning is necessary at final FURNISHING & while actually EQUIPPING the hospitals

Costing

• In a Modern General Hospital the equipping cost is around 40% of total project cost.

(a) 20% is invested on mechanical and electrical installations

(b) 20% is invested on medical equipment's

Types of Equipment

(a) Built- in Equipment's

(b) Depreciable equipment's (Nonexpendable)

(c)Non-depreciable equipment's (Expandable)

(d) Capital Equipment's

Built in Equipment

• It’s the Architect’s Responsibility

• Included in construction contracts

• List includes

–Cabinets & counters in

–Pharmacy

–Laboratory

–Other parts of hospital

•Fixed kitchen Equipment's.

•(lines) & (Channels)

•Elevators

•Dumb waiters

•Sterilizers, Boilers

•Incinerators

•Air Conditioning/Deep freezers

•Surgical lighting etc

Non-Expendable Equipment’s or Depreciable Equipment's

The Equipment that have a life of 5 yrs of > 5 yrs are k/a Non-Expendable equipment

•These equipment's are not purchased through construction contracts

•These large items of furniture and Equipment have a reasonable fixed location in the hospital building but are capable of being moved

•Examples Of Depreciable Equipments

(i) Surgical Apparatuses

(ii) Diagnostic & Therapeutic Equipment

(iii) Lab & pharmacy Equipment .

(iv) Office Equipment

–Typewriter, Intercoms

–Computers/Electronic exchanges

(v) General use surgical

–Refrigerator

–Physiotherapy equipment

–Suction machines

Expendable (Non-Depreciable) Equipment

•These Equipment's have life span < 5 yrs

•Recurring in use & low cost equipments.

•These equipment's are purchased through other than construction contracts.


 Examples are

•Kitchen utensils

•Chinaware

•Table ware

•Surgical instruments

•Catheters

•Linen, sheets, Blankets

•Lamps, Waste bins etc.

Conclusion

Effective placement and safe use of Medical Equipment does improve patient care and enhance workflows, and certainly improves efficiencies. There are challenges though and these include effective Care and Maintenance of Equipment, User Training on an on-going basis to ensure effective and safe use of the equipment and your role in the unlikely event that something unforeseen happens that could or did contribute to a patient injury.

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