Times are tough in the healthcare industry.
Over the past few years, federal and state budget shortfalls, plus new legislation and regulations, have decreased payments for healthcare services. Yet patients still need the same care; some would argue they need better care, and for less.
And by the looks of it, these challenges are going to get more daunting over the next several years.
Healthcare providers have to lower costs, fast. Some systems are looking at hundreds of millions of dollars in budget reductions, and in an industry that depends highly on labor, layoffs are a big fear.
Healthcare professionals know an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
The best in the industry are striving toward a standard of preventive medicine. But there’s another area in which prevention can drastically reduce costs for health systems: The central energy plant (CEP).
CEP equipment works like a system of the body; it needs monitoring and maintenance. And if you take care of it, it will take care of you. You can even extend the lifespan of equipment – equipment that can cost anywhere from tens of thousands to millions of dollars to replace. That’s a significant amount of savings
Reduce BTUs, not FTEs.
Trying to save money by reducing full time employees may actually cost you. Layoffs often impact your ability to operate central energy plants at their highest efficiency. With the right sized team that’s well managed, you can get the most out of your equipment – which means saving money.
Win-Sam uses preventive and predictive maintenance to make sure your equipment keeps working, and working efficiently. We monitor CEPs 24/7/365 so we can prevent emergencies and downtime. In some cases, we have more than doubled the lifespan of equipment, at the same time ensuring it runs just as efficiently as the day it was brought online.
A partner like Win-Sam could be a key to drastically reducing your long-term costs.
Contact us to find out how much we can save you.
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