Détails ressource biomédicale locale

Détails ressource biomédicale locale
Numéro 176
Titre The Effective Management of Medical Equipment in Developing Countries A Series of Five Papers
Rubrique Environnement technique - Maintenance
Auteur Bastiaan L Remmelzwaal
Editeur FAKT
Résumé Despite major investments having been made in the rehabilitation of physical structures and capital assets, it is evident that the problems of hospital management have thus far received very little attention, in particular the management of physical infrastructure and equipment. This Series of Five Papers argues that the development of sustainable equipment management systems can only be brought about through deliberate investments in the development of specific skills and competences within an appropriate and supportive context of structures and resources. The key issue addressed in this Series is the ineffective use and subsequent poor performance of medical equipment in hospitals and health centres in developing countries. While much of the literature related to equipment conservation in the health sector of developing countries addresses purely technical or engineering issues, this Series aims to add a management perspective onto the way in which health care equipment is acquired and used. Rather than being a purely technical manual concerned with the day-to-day running of engineering services, this Series addresses some of the managerial issues related to the conservation of equipment and the allocation of human, financial and material resources.
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