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Study of -Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) in Nanavati Hospital

A Report submitted to Prof. J.M. Shah for the partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject Information Systems for Management under NMIMS University

Group 4:
Shamsy Goyal 211
Anvesha Poswalia 228
Abhishek Singhal 237
Amar Bhartia 255
ShashanYagnick 259
Anand Madhusudan 260

Table of Contents

Nanavati Hospital - The Organization and its business activities 4
Medical Equipment Maintenance – One of the hospital’s functions 6
Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) - The FIS 9
Work order creation and viewing 9
Preventive and Breakdown maintenance scheduling 9
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Scan, Sonography, Nuclear Medicine, Mammography, Interventional Radiology, Teleradiology
 Pathology- Hematology, Histopathology( Surgical Pathology and Cytology)
• Specialized services- Bariatric, Otoneurology, Prenatal and Reproductive Medicine
• Class I medical- Nanavati Hospital has been authorized by the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Govt. of India, as a Class I Medical Examination Centre for Commercial Pilots. Initial medical examination include Consultation and Investigation

Medical Equipment Maintenance – One of the hospital’s functions

Hospital equipment falls into an extremely wide spectrum ranging right from a hi-tech MRI and CT scanner to a simple patient trolley. All these account for a major part of any hospital project cost, which could go up to almost 60 per cent. Keeping this in view it is essential to ensure maximum utilisation of the equipment with minimum downtime.
Papers based systems work but are time consuming. The paperwork burden in hospitals is obvious. Unlike just about every other industry, health care still relies on an old-fashioned paper/fax/phone transaction process. These paper based systems
• Make it difficult to organize information efficiently.
• Have non-standardized nomenclature.
• Create the possibility of documents being easily lost or damaged.
• Make the search for the right documents a timely process.
• Also make it very difficult to use data for subsequent
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