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Facility and Systems Matter

Facility and Systems matter

Facility and systems are the physical plant of the enterprise. Basic facilities and systems support the functioning of healthcare operations.

The components of basic facilities and systems include:

  • Hardware – Hardware includes servers, data centers, personal computers, routers, and related equipment.
  • Software – Software refers to the applications used by the business, such as web servers, content management systems, and software.
  • Networking – Includes the linking of automated systems to allow them to function interactively.

In the world of clinical technology, basic facilities and systems requires integrating the clinical records, patient operations and treatment outcome information into an outcome data management system. Well designed and executed infrastructure fuels, healthcare competition and growth of successful services in the organization.

In For-Profit commercial businesses’ it’s widely recognized, so goes the basic plant and facility, so goes the entire enterprise. In this fast paced economic climate, all the best clinical services, great communications, brilliant marketing won’t amount to much if it takes counselors forever and a day to update patient treatment plans and notes. More recently managed care plans are requiring all patient treatment plans to be updated daily. 

Planning, building and maintaining clinical patient treatment systems are all about answering some very difficult questions about plant and facilities. What are the turnkey systems available to me, and how long will it take to have my organization up and running with an integrated system?

ACG Group specialists assist behavioral health and addiction treatment organizations in drafting policies and procedures that will meet CARF Accreditation standards.

 Call us today 1-406-252-8147.  We offer an initial Phone Conference on CARF Issues and an assessment at no cost.

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