In the competition for patients, facilities can offer an edge. A case in point is Crozer-Keystone Health System, where Brian Crimmins, vice president, facilities planning and development, is reshaping the physical environment to give patients more choice and more convenience. Click here to learn more about how Brian Crimmins is using facilities to help Crozer-Keystone Health System increase market share.
I was reading this article this morning. It is very interesting and nice to see a health system that is being proactive. I wonder what they are using to track their facility maintenance or their energy at their facilities.
In reply to meg.cox.fd:
They are using two different maintenance management systems: two hospitals are running Sprocket, and the other three are running Que Centre.
In reply to Ed Sullivan:
Interesting. What do you know about those two maintenance management systems? I honestly have never heard of them before but I am looking them up now.
Brian Crimmins mentioned that his staff liked the ability to customize reports on Que Centre. That company has a page on the FacilitiesNet Building Technology Research Center, which you can reach at http://www.facilitiesnet.com/prc/Company/Que-Centre--1201. You can also find pages for other maintenance management programs by going to http://www.facilitiesnet.com/prc/type/CMMSEAMS--123. Good luck in your research!