BUDGET helps health systems streamline their capital medical equipment requisition process with a single, cloud-based point of entry for all annual capital equipment requests
Why Teams Use Budget
Transforming the medical equipment budgeting and request process requires collaboration and transparency across multiple departments.
In many health systems, each decision in the routine replacement process is made in a silo – from the point where a clinician identifies an immediate healthcare equipment need to engaging biomed or supply chain at the very end of the purchase process when they may be disappointed that their requested equipment is not supported by the standard or their department is simply out of budget.
BUDGET brings stakeholders into a collaborative approval process and ensures that all stakeholders are at the table from beginning to end.
Users from multiple facilities can submit requests, navigate the approval process, and get visibility systemwide.
Visibility into Capital Medical Equipment
Built upon a comprehensive database, view all capital equipment systemwide and see if it is on contract and/or on standard.
Cost Savings through Aggregating Purchases
Rather than purchasing the medical equipment piecemeal, as it is requested from each department, aggregate requests from all departments to leverage volume discounts with suppliers.
Requests from end-user’s flow through customized hierarchies for departmental and committee approval.
Collaboration in a Single Routine Replacement Platform
By providing sophisticated workflow management tools to accommodate both simple and complex processes, BUDGET gives users across multiple facilities the ability to submit requests via a standardized format.
Included as standard features are capital spend aggregation dashboards, unsurpassed budget price guidelines, and detailed product decision support tools.
Industry Leading Product Catalog
Using the catalog, requests can be submitted using one of the 4,500 standardized categories & 2,400 industry suppliers, making it easier to track and aggregate requests across a single organization with one or multiple facilities.