Best Practices in Depot Repair

As part of the PartsSource Executive Webinar Series, Jeremy Cook and Roy Lobb provide Best Practices in Depot Repair. Clinical engineering teams frequently send assets out for depot repair and are responsible for the quality performance of each asset. But healthcare organizations often lose control and insight once an asset leaves the building. By implementing best practices, technicians and engineers can gain back control and transparency over depot repair.  Hear from Jeremy Cook, Senior Director of Healthcare Technology Management, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and Roy Lobb, Director of Biomedical Products for PartsSource to learn how to decrease the time it takes per repair order (industry average is 95-minutes per repair), while increasing quality and transparency in the depot repair process.

Best practices in depot repair from Jeremy Cook and Roy Lobb

Speaker

Jeremy Cook

Senior Director of Healthcare Technology Management, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

 

Jeremy Cook been in various positions at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare over the past 20 years, including several technical and leadership roles. His focus has been on cost savings and innovative solutions for solving Healthcare Technology challenges. He continues to work to drive down the cost of Healthcare both within his organization and assisting others in doing the same.

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