Healthcare Consulting and Implementation

Disposal process for surplus clinical equipment

1. Tracking system to inventory surplus equipment

2. Ensure PHI (Personal Health Information) and PII (Personally Identifiable Information)

3. Retire equipment or process transfer

4. Repurpose, recycle, donate or sell

EAM Analyzer disassemble

On occasion, last minute disassembly is necessary without any documentation (large 2-piece automated lab analyzer).

EAM healthcare equipment

Determine if equipment still has value or if it will be recycled.

Hospital equipment in patients room

Determine if items such as anesthetic vaporizers are owned by the hospital, leased or vendor owned equipment.

Old hospital in hallway

Stage and validate inventory before disposal.

Old hospital beds in hallway

Some items like obsolete hospital beds pose a greater liability risk and need to be traded in or recycled.

Hill-Rom moving truck Dave Meeker

Items that need to be secured before transport or PHI removal can be locked in an external container or a secure room within the site.

Box of healthcare equipment in hallway of hospital

Small items can be wrapped in bubble wrap and placed in large boxes.

Gather & stage equipment (3rd party).

Old computers in hospital hallway

Gathering & staging more equipment (3rd party).

Hospital Equipment wrapped up

Gather & stage equipment (3rd party).

Hospital Equipment wrapped up

Gather & stage equipment (3rd party).

Penske truck at healthcare dock

Pack up equipment for transport via loading dock – a 3rd party that you can count on helps!

Four men standing outside moving truck

Pack up equipment for transport via loading dock – a 3rd party that you can count on helps!

Old healthcare equipment inside of truck

Pack up equipment for transport via loading dock – a 3rd party that you can count on helps!