Envisioning a Clinical Business Plan
The initial stages in the establishment of facilities for health-care involve the formulation of a detailed business plan that is both comprehensive and target-oriented. In order to achieve this a detailed analysis of the market must be done both at the primary and secondary level ranging from the demography of the target population, etiology of diseases, segmentation of the market and the dynamics of supply and demand that are crucial determinants in terms of plan focus and successful execution. Such analysis enables to tailor the clinician's services in such a way that it meets the demands of the market in a current and futuristic outlook.
Initially, the process of infrastructure planning is done in terms of acquiring both equipment's and manpower. These details enable the formulation of the hospital project report in which the projected costs and financial requirements are presented in an implementation-oriented manner.
Over the years, Biomedical Engineering Company has been involved with the procurement and distribution of equipment as part of several hospital planning ventures across the globe. In this light, our services begin early in the planning process in which the nature and number of equipment necessary are determined, the selection process in which the equipment are chosen from a wide variety of procurement styles up to the actual installation and demonstration of the machine procured.