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Reliability Asset Management series
Although reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) and reliability asset management (RAM) are tools that have been used in other commercial industries for decades, its foray into the health care field is much more recent. This seven-part series, which will be published every other week for 14 weeks, dives into how RCM and RAM can help push health care facilities operations to the next level of resiliency.
Is the health care field ready to embrace the benefits and challenges of reliability-centered maintenance?
Health care facilities managers are beginning to embrace this tried-and-true methodology used by many other high-risk fields.
How one facility transitioned from reactive mode to using preventive and predictive maintenance in daily operations.
Getting ahead of a crisis using reliability-centered maintenance can be a key to ensuring staff time and talent are used effectively and efficiently.
Reliability asset management provides the tools to better predict risk and help overcome some of health care’s most stubborn challenges.
For larger health care organizations, scaling reliability-centered maintenance systemwide results in greater alignment and efficiency