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UNLOCK THE FULL POTENTIAL OF YOUR CLINICAL ASSETS

Below you will find content and resources to keep you up to date on industry trends, TRIMEDX news, upcoming events, and client success stories.

White Papers

MEDICAL DEVICE SECURITY: WHERE TO START?

Cyberattacks on health technology are on the rise, raising the risks and costs associated with your connected medical devices and the data they hold, and, of course, raising worrying questions about patient safety. In this white paper, you'll learn how to reduce patient safety risks and costly violations.

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Videos

TRIMEDX Associates: Making a Difference

In a video first aired at the 2019 National Leadership Meeting, TRIMEDX associates share how their effort and talent directly impacts patient care and supports improved outcomes.

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Webinars

The Evolution of Cybersecurity and Clinical Asset Management

Watch this educational on-demand webinar to explore how medical device trends are requiring nimble and effective responses that integrate expertise from clinical engineering, IT, security, quality, regulatory, and manufacturers.

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White Papers

Reducing Operational and Capital Expenses by Moving Up the Clinical Asset Maturity Curve

Many hospital and health system leaders neglect their greatest savings opportunity: clinical assets — the medical equipment you own, service and continue to buy, even as the demand for inpatient care dwindles. In this white paper, you will learn the benefits of moving up the clinical asset maturity curve.

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White Papers

Optimizing Capital Expenditures: How Leading Providers Are Spending Wisely

Chris Dunkerley, CFO at TRIMEDX, sat down with four leading healthcare executives at Modern Healthcare’s 2019 Leadership Symposium to discuss their best practices and challenges in evaluating and facilitating enterprise capital investments. The discussion explored how leaders are thinking about their two most important assets, workforce and technology, and unlocking return on investments.

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Five Costs You Don’t Typically Associate with Clinical Engineering

It’s easy to pinpoint certain areas of the hospital where spending habits could be improved. Maybe there’s a different brand of consumables that could save you money, or perhaps you’re overstated in a department that isn’t generating enough revenue. There are other areas, however, that require a closer look. One of those is clinical engineering […]

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White Papers

MEDICAL DEVICE SECURITY: WHERE TO START?

Cyberattacks on health technology are on the rise, raising the risks and costs associated with your connected medical devices and the data they hold, and, of course, raising worrying questions about patient safety. In this white paper, you'll learn how to reduce patient safety risks and costly violations.

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White Papers

Reducing Operational and Capital Expenses

Hospitals and health systems are under pressure to control expenses as margins continue to tighten. In response to this challenge, healthcare leaders are seeking ways to reduce costs without sacrificing the quality of care or patient and provider satisfaction. Traditionally, cost-cutting attempts target labor costs, supplies, consumables, and the like. Yet many leaders neglect their greatest savings opportunity: clinical assets — the […]

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Total Cost of Ownership: The Influence of Clinical Engineering

Today, many hospitals around the U.S. are cutting jobs and eliminating patient services, citing Medicare cuts, a volatile healthcare landscape, and the Affordable Care Act as reasons. Despite the tremendous focus to reduce costs in the health care environment, many hospitals are not giving consideration to their clinical engineering (CE) spend and its impact on […]

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Understanding Capital Equipment Total Cost of Ownership

The TCO – total cost of ownership – approach for your health organization’s capital equipment planning enables you to increase efficiency and decrease costs, by planning for all costs and options associated with your capital equipment throughout its lifecycle. A multi-disciplinary TCO team should focus upon ways to maximize e life of your equipment. TCO […]

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Consolidating Non-Clinical Purchased Services Leads to Cost Savings and Improved Patient Safety

Non-clinical purchased services are not specific revenue drivers, but are often viewed as “the cost of doing business”. These services could account for about 80% of the hospital’s service spend and up to 25% of operating expenses. Easily hidden and hard to uncover, non-clinical purchased services are one of the most mismanaged spends in all […]

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White Papers

Developing A Best-in-Class Clinical Engineering Department

Declining reimbursement and lower patient volumes are continuing to put pressure on hospitals to reduce spending and save money. Due in large part to the high visibility of costs related to equipment maintenance and repairs and capital acquisition, one of the first places many hospitals start looking for ways to save is in the clinical […]

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Understanding The Regulatory Requirements for Documenting Medical Maintenance

In today’s hospital, there’s a significant gap between hospital risk management and clinical engineering. Clinical engineers are hired to maintain, repair and replace equipment but many times are also expected to oversee hospital risk management related to this equipment. In a typical hospital, there aren’t enough engineers and techs to adequately cover the risk management […]

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White Papers

Reducing Operational and Capital Expenses by Moving Up the Clinical Asset Maturity Curve

Many hospital and health system leaders neglect their greatest savings opportunity: clinical assets — the medical equipment you own, service and continue to buy, even as the demand for inpatient care dwindles. In this white paper, you will learn the benefits of moving up the clinical asset maturity curve.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: 30% Cost Reduction

Client owns a flow cytometer which had been historically serviced by the OEM on a time and materials (T&M) basis. Client was frustrated with the cost of repairs and poor response time from the vendor under the T&M relationship.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: $10M Savings

A TRIMEDX Current State Assessment (CSA) conducted for a nine-hospital system with in-house clinical engineering program revealed >50% of baseline organizational repair spend was on OEM service contracts.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: $500k CapEx Savings

Client had 10 year-old nuclear camera, years beyond AHA useful life. Device required new parts to keep it functioning. OEM parts quotation for repairs and parts was $100,000+.

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Case Studies

Improving Equipment Utilization while Increasing Caregiver and Patient Satisfaction

In this case study, you will learn how one health system reduced risks and costs, improved performance, and recaptured nursing time drained by misplaced mobile equipment.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: $115k Annual Maintenance Cost Reduction

TRIMEDX completed a flexible and rigid scope inventory for a new client which revealed 226 scopes in inventory. Inventory was reviewed with clinical staff and 106 devices were deemed unnecessary (46% reduction).

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Case Studies

RIGHT TIME

The TRIMEDX team supports client’s Environment of Care and Capital Planning Committees. Radiology leadership requested CapEx dollars in upcoming annual budget for replacement of a nuclear camera presented as “old” meaning at its AHA useful life.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: 20% Cost Reduction

TRIMEDX technicians worked with the department and vendor to change the equipment configuration removing one monitoring station and over 30% of the transmitters resulting in 20% cost reduction, savings of $500K in CapEx cost.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: Identifying 30% Underutilization

TRIMEDX team reviewed IV pump utilization with care team at one facility and determined that 50 devices (30% of the organization’s fleet) was highly underutilized.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: $2M CapEx Deferral

TRIMEDX supply chain and on-site technicians continue to source needed parts and perform PM’s and repairs to keep the fleet functioning. Extended device life has allowed client to defer more than $2M of CapEx replacement costs.

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Case Studies

CLIENT SUCCESS: $500k CapEx Savings

TRIMEDX technicians support nursing team by transporting delicate instrumentation back and forth between sites to avoid the need for duplicate instrumentation, saving the facility more than $500K of CapEx.

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Videos

2019 TRIMEDX National Leadership Meeting

In Feburary, TRIMEDX leaders gathered in Indianapolis for "Blueprint for Success," the 2019 TRIMEDX National Leadership Meeting. See the recap here.

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Videos

TRIMEDX Associates: Making a Difference

In a video first aired at the 2019 National Leadership Meeting, TRIMEDX associates share how their effort and talent directly impacts patient care and supports improved outcomes.

Learn More
Webinars

The Evolution of Cybersecurity and Clinical Asset Management

Watch this educational on-demand webinar to explore how medical device trends are requiring nimble and effective responses that integrate expertise from clinical engineering, IT, security, quality, regulatory, and manufacturers.

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Webinars

Medical Device Security: Where to Start?

Watch this educational on-demand webinar to understand how the cybersecurity threat to medical devices continues to evolve, to learn the key requirements of the three-part plan that health systems must either consider or have in place in order to address the cyber challenge head-on, and hear real stories of how health systems are reaching breakthrough performance in managing against cyberattacks.

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TRIMEDX in the News

A Day in the Life: TriMedX-Ascension Borgess Health

September 4, 2019 Most people don’t equate “family” with “work,” but the TRIMEDX clinical engineering team at Michigan’s Ascension Borgess Health doesn’t fit into most categories. Below, Angela Ferguson-Bennett, Ascension…

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