PartsSource, an online marketplace for medical equipment maintenance parts and services, has announced updates to PartsSource Pro, the company’s flagship solution and clinical resource management platform. PartsSource Pro 2022 features expanded benefits to improve supply chain resiliency and healthcare technology management (HTM) team performance by providing members with visibility to supply chain risks, a resource optimization roadmap service, and exclusive educational resources on the online PartsSource Community.
Approximately 1,500 hospitals subscribe to and rely on PartsSource Pro, as its combination of best processes, cloud-software and logistical support delivers top-quartile performance for hospital clinical engineering and supply chain teams across the U.S. In 2021, 3.3 hospitals joined PartsSource Pro every week. The solution also helped prevent over 6,000 potential stock out days for PartsSource Pro member health systems by ensuring availability of mission-critical products.
According to a Kaufman Hall report, 99% of hospitals and health systems are experiencing supply chain disruptions in supply procurement, including shortages of key items and significant price increases. Additionally, for the first time since 2004, the American College of Healthcare Executives’ Top Issues Confronting Hospitals in 2021 annual survey found that personnel shortages were the most significant challenge facing hospital CEOs, followed by financial challenges.
PartsSource Pro 2022 makes more resources available to secure mission-critical supplies and expand capacity to ensure clinical availability and patient safety.
Identify and Mitigate Supply Chain Risks with the Supply Chain Risk Monitor
Optimize Resources Through HTM Advisory Services
Empower HTM Performance with Educational Resources
“PartsSource helps advance our teams to the next level of the HTM journey and saves us a lot of time. When we decided to partially insource a segment of our contracted imaging equipment service, the PartsSource HTM Advisory Services team analyzed our staffing models, defined the number of FTEs needed and partnered with us to create implementation options with associated costs and a comprehensive business plan that resulted in approval of three new imaging technician roles,” said Robert Tackett, Director, Clinical Engineering, The MetroHealth System.
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