Part of our integrated services model to health or medical project customers is an efficient project management team.
A project manager is accountable for the success or failure of a project. Typical responsibilities of a project manager include: Planning, Executing, and Closing Projects — defining the project, building its comprehensive work plan, and managing the budget.
Investors in healthcare projects face more delicate decisions every second and day of their project’s life than investors in department stores. Healthcare projects are more delicate and sophisticated from inception to their lifetime because they are already setup to save lives by design, unlike supermarkets where loafers, leisure shoppers and sightseers come whole and come easy most of the time.
Hospital consumption and running budgets are some of the highest business operation costs in most industries. The design and implementation of a hospital project must be managed with long-term costs in mind. Good project managers, apart from efficiently coordinating a project’s installation, must incorporate environmental, market, usability, running costs, implementation budgets and even profitability into the project management process. Poor project outcomes, delayed productivity and loss of building resources can tremendously impact the project’s profitability in the long run.
A poorly planned or managed project stretches budgets and gets overtaken with time. Some run into the ground, or become monuments, ghost towns, to remind the managers of styles of their handiwork for a long time.
MedEquip project managers use good technology and time tested algorithms to design, plan and implement fluid hospital and healthcare installation projects that save time and money, are easy to start and run. Our time efficiency culture enables us to set achievable goals and meet them, both for the clients and our success.