Management of medical equipment maintenance is designed to establish policies, responsibilities, and procedures to optimize safety, effectiveness, efficiency, and reliability of medical equipment and to ensure environmental comfort with the minimum possible risks that occur associated with the use of medical equipment in hospitals.
Patient safety has always been our main focus in providing medical equipment maintenance services. With increasing awareness of patient safety issues, design requirements and specifications, eligibility criteria, and requirements for operating medical equipment to patients are important factors in patient safety issues.
Patient safety in health services is the main goal of the medical equipment maintenance management program. In this view, a proactive management program is very important to ensure a safe environment for patients, visitors and hospital staff. The profession of an electromedical engineering is a specific competency to carry out maintenance, prevention, and repair procedures for medical equipment; furthermore, those who are not members of the profession may not do so.