- Design and Development
- Equipment Planning
- HIS Selection and Implementation
- Methods of Procurement
- Establish Governance Structure
- 1 to 2 years
Scope of Services
Prior to beginning construction AHMC will work with the architect and construction manager as a hosptial project manager to assure that the project proceeds efficiently and reaches pre-arranged construction timetables. AHMC will develop a Detailed Space Program in order along with the architects to assure each room is appropriately equipped with medical gases, electrical needs and other room necessities for both clinical and diagnostic areas.
AHMC will review the list of clinical equipment, supplies and furniture necessary to open the hospital, approved by the Board of Directors and work with the appropriate suppliers to ensure the right equipment is purchased at the right price, delivered on time and installed properly. Additionally, AHMC will revise and evaluate the leasing or purchase of the software and hardware compatible for the Project. AHMC will work with the equipment suppliers to assure operators receive appropriate training and instruction on the equipment’s operation and capabilities. In several cases, AHMC will be able to leverage its existing relationships to secure favorable terms from vendors and partners for our hospitals.
AHMC will develop the Bylaws for the Board and Medical Staff and the entire governance structure will conform to national or international accreditation standards requiring the necessary systems that can be audited and are transparent in all transactions. In addition, AHMC will establish the appropriate General Hospital Organization establishing the hierarchy of control.
AHMC will develop the appropriate method to procure supplies, medications, and operational necessities. This procurement process will include the necessary system to maintain appropriate checks and balances in the system to address and minimize waste and fraud. AHMC is involved in the selection of the Health Information System and will oversee its subsequent implementation.