In British Columbia, a
hospital system was
growing rapidly and needed a new asset report. Their
capital and non-capital asset list had become out of date. The current system was not set up for their rapid growth and was causing
blind spots in the data.
RGIS teams created an
enhanced base inventory program designed to correct the existing issues. The program included
improved asset tracking.
tagging system was
converted to a more efficient system to record the needed data.
RGIS teams implemented the
new asset tracking system across
42 healthcare facilities. Facilities included hospitals, health centers, residential care facilities, and adult tertiary rehabilitation.
Experienced auditors captured detailed information on more than 25,000 assets over 4 months. The hospital system gained
quick and easy access to their asset data. This gave them the
insight necessary to make informed business decisions.