The engineering services covered both biomedical engineering and facility and bulding engineering services, namely FEMS and BEMS. Facilities Engineering Maintenance is concerned with efficient and regular servicing of plant and equipment, minimizing breakdowns and interruptions, prompt response and rectification when things do go wrong, maximising system efficiency and energy conservation, and forward planning.
Biomedical engineering services on the other hand ensures that each and every medical equipment undergoes comprehensive and planned preventive maintenance on a regular basis and any breakdown is rectified within a specified response time. The services provided ensure that the Doctors can go about their work in full knowledge that all the bio-medical equipment available is well maintained and is fit for use, all the time.
DATA VISUALIZATION HELPS TO IMPROVE TREND ANALYSIS AND PREDICTION
Data visualization is the presentation of data in a pictorial or graphical format. It enables decision makers to see analytics presented visually, so they can grasp difficult concepts or identify new patterns. With interactive visualization, One Medicare takes the concept a step further by using technology to drill down into charts and graphs for more detail, interactively changing what data to see and how it’s processed.
Facility Engineering Management Services (FEMS)
Under the scope of Facilities Engineering Maintenance Services (FEMS), One Medicare is responsible for the provision of comprehensive maintenance services for all civil, structural, mechanical and electrical systems of healthcare facilities in order to ensure 100% uptime is attained at all times. It is also under the responsibility of One Medicare to provide professional advice through conditional appraisals, technical advice and assessments, in order to ensure all hospital assets are utilized at an optimum level.
Biomedical Engineering Management Services (BEMS)
Biomedical Engineering Maintenance Services (BEMS) is a comprehensive maintenance program to carry out effective maintenance and management program to all the biomedical equipment and devices in the contracted hospitals. Through effective management of comprehensive maintenance activities, all biomedical equipment should be functioning in accordance to its originally designed specifications so as to provide a safe and functional environment for patients, operators, visitors and clinical staff.