Manual processes create the potential for errors, delays, and loss.
Whether managing day-to-day transfers or larger moves based on new strategic master plans, many hospitals and healthcare organizations still store move and space information in fragmented databases and spreadsheets, and rely on manual processes to maintain that data.
That creates obstacles in today’s dynamic environment including:
- Poor coordination across multiple departments involved in configuring moves, including maintenance, IT, construction, and others
- Lack of tools and processes to quickly schedule and coordinate moves across the organization
- Inaccurate tracking of status of all move requests, resulting in unresolved issues
- Poor visibility in maintaining and controlling space inventory to track data, performance, and compliance
On a hospital campus, any move requires the effective coordination of many stakeholders. Without the right tools, the potential for risk increases - in fact, one institution reported losing millions in assets during a move just across the street.