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  1. Managing Medical Devices in an Acute Trust Dr Andy Smith Head of Clinical Engineering Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

  2. Royal Berkshire Hospital • Medium size Trust ~ 825 beds • Main site - Reading, Prince Charles Eye Unit - Windsor, Theatres and out Patients – Newbury + external contracts • Physics includes Clinical Engineering, Radiotherapy, Nuclear Medicine and Radiological Protection • Medical Devices Managed by – Clinical Engineering: • 2 state registered clinical scientists • 7.5 clinical technologists • 2 ICU technologists • 1.5 Anaesthetic technologists • 1 Training Coordinator • 1 Library/Contracts manager and 3 support staff

  3. Key Clinical Engineering Responsibilities • Service & maintenance of medical devices • Management of equipment ;libraries • Management of service contracts • Income generation via external contracts • Develop & implement replacement programmes • Management of SABS notices for medical devices • Investigation of medical device adverse incidents • Co-ordination of training for medical devices • Healthcare standards for medical devices • Disposal & sale of medical devices • Participation in training scheme for Clinical Scientists

  4. Database

  5. Database

  6. Website

  7. Phased Replacement

  8. Multi Vendor Service The Concept: • Guaranteed savings • Simplified management • Flexibility • Consistent service quality • Compatibility • Evolution • Efficiency

  9. Multi Vendor Service Key Objectives for Royal Berks: • Reduce costs • To provide an improved and standardised level of service • Equipment maintained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week • Guaranteed uptimes, fix times and performance outputs with penalties • Provide flexibility in the various levels of service • To provide the convenience of a single focus – one number to call • Increase in the amount and accuracy of data concerning the management of equipment • Improved service history for each item of equipment to monitor and set performance targets • Fixed payment made quarterly to one Contractor

  10. Multi Vendor Service Pre MVS: • The value of separate contracts on 100+ devices ~ £731,000 comprehensive level of support excluding glassware Positive • Current equipment on contract with original equipment manufacturer providing minimum risk • Original equipment manufacturer guarantee of original spare parts • Confidence in engineers training • Users confidence in original equipment manufacturer’s support Negative • Minimal opportunity for cost savings as each individual contract has profit element built in and for a fixed duration – no change in level during term • Administratively complex due to large numbers of contracts • Variability of service level between contractors • No penalty arrangements for poor service or unreliability

  11. Multi Vendor Service • Tendered for service with three organisations submitting bids • Bids typically came back around £900,000 – which is interesting as current spend was £731,000! • Called companies back and banged heads together • Following further hard negotiations resubmitted bids £700,000 - £600,000 • GE Medical selected for the following reasons

  12. Multi Vendor Service • Significant equipment base in Trust • Also some High Risk devices such as Main and mobile X-Ray • Manufacturer of parts for others • Good track record with MVS, Southampton contract renewed • Good liaison during tender process • Competitive pricing and flexibility • No user issues with current level of service • Contract out to OEM for High Risk devices • Asset plus for device management • Agreed to all Trust terms and conditions • Savings typically £80,000/yr (do not however underestimate contract monitoring)

  13. Replacement of Infusion Systems • Currently have ~ 200 3M500 Volumetric and 100 3200 Syringe Drivers in Library • Current running Costs - £117,458 on consumables + £50,000 + on spare parts per year (ex labour) • Typical use – 31,800 vol sets and 16,000 ext sets per year • Capital cost for 290 vol and 100 syr £1,063,375 inc vat • Tendered on basis of consumables for 250, 270, 290 vol and 100 syr drivers • Seven suppliers bid with costs ranging from £1.3M - £0.7M inc vat for a 5yr contract based on 270+100 option • Following trial chose Orchestra DPS £0.74M for 290+100 based on current set usage (not fixed no. per year) – net saving £42,000 per year and from year 5 set saving of £74,000/yr

  14. Replacement of Infusion Systems • Total Intravenous Anaesthesia (TIVA) • Currently using 3500 system with pre-filled Propofol • Current spend £82,000 per year • Spend on moving to generic Propofol £21,000 per year • Saving £61,000/yr from drugs budget • Tendered for 17 systems to administer Propofol and Remifentanil • Two suppliers responded similar cost £20,000/yr over 5yrs • Following trial chose Orchestra DPS with benefit of standardisation with library system • Saving £41,000 per year including cost of pumps

  15. Infusion Summary • Trust had no capital and would not consider anything other than cost saving/cost neutral initiatives • We were able to replace all library vol pumps and syringe drivers. Increase numbers from 200 to 290, save £42,000 per year during purchase and £74,000/yr from year 5 • New pumps designed for easy service and spare parts economical, error reduction software/bar code ready • Moved to generic Propofol which funded 17 complete TIVA systems and is scheduled to show savings of £41,000/yr • Standardisation of infusion systems across Trust and part of the region for TIVA

  16. Medical Equipment Libraries • Standardise & maximise the use of devices • RBH has an Infusion and a Dynamic Mattress library • Biggest problem is the resource to operate the libraries efficiently • Neither library resourced full time or 24 hours Infusion: • Porters collect pumps from wards (officially) once per day • Clinical Engineering attend four times per day to clean, check and reset pumps for use, ICU technicians attend Sat & Sun lunch time • Part of library converted to allow service and maintenance • Running since 1995 – lost about 5 pumps and regularly run out of volumetrics • Currently researching RFID to monitor turnaround and location

  17. Infusion Library

  18. Medical Equipment Libraries Dynamic Mattress: • Trust bought/Leased ~ 250 dynamic overlay and replacement units • Users call porters help desk to request a mattress, collected from front of library in a clear bag which contains a return kit • Porters pick up used mattresses in orange bags and deliver to rear of library • Mattresses are cleaned and soiled covers washed in washing machine then passed into clean area for calibration/repair • Whole process including decontamination replicates that used by Pegasus • Process between 10 and 30 mattresses per day • Rental system in place to cover out of hours/special requirements • Saving Trust ~ £200,000 per year

  19. Mattress Library

  20. Anaesthetics

  21. Anaesthetics • Maintain Royal Berks/Newbury and Windsor all in house • Recruited ex Datex-Ohmeda engineer • 1.5 wte within Clinical Engineering, fast on site response • Income generation potential (prev contract with Independents) • ISO 9000 registered • Saving £80,000 per year

  22. Beds & Static Mattresses • Clinical Engineering manage/maintain all beds and static mattresses – main task for two engineers • Replaced all static mattresses last year following Trust wide audit some were 15 years old! • 269 electric-profiling beds – 556 manual kings fund • 2002 replacement programme terminated under cost recovery • 136 beds over 18 years old • Evaluated a range of new beds during summer/autumn with the aim to acquire 100 this year under phased replacement initiative • Fast response from onsite staff – major parts held on site • Back-up take bed away contract for faults which cannot be be fixed on ward

  23. Maintenance Contracts • Maintenance of all medical devices managed by Clinical Engineering Three levels of service: • Fully in house by Clinical Engineering (all parts cross charged to device owner) • Front Line by CE supported by service contract (parts and contract cross charged to device owner) • Full service contract with supplier (On receipt of fault information CE contact manufacturer/supplier and arrange engineer to attend site, check service report and negotiate contract renewal)

  24. Disposal Of Devices • Dispose of devices via Medical Auction Specialists, sale on a monthly basis • Meets requirements of DH for equipment disposal • Clinical Engineering organise preparation for sale which includes; evaluation of condition, decontamination, user instructions and collection • Funds raised are not returned to user but are invested into the library services to benefit majority • Raise between £5000 - £30,000 per year

  25. Training – Notices - Incidents • One Medical Device Training Coordinator • Established Link Nurses throughout the Trust • Besides delivering some training, co-ordinates training with manufacturers/suppliers/trainers/users • Feeds into CNST in conjunction with Risk Management • All medical device safety notices and Incident investigation managed by Clinical Engineering • Follow-up reported to Medical Equipment Management Group

  26. Questions • How much does your Trust allocate per year for new/replacement of medical equipment:a) up to £500,000b) £500,000 - £1Mc) £1M - £2Md) over £2Me) Don’t know

  27. Questions • Does your Trust have a Phased Replacement programme:a) Yes b) No c) Don’t know

  28. Questions • Has your Trust entered into a Multi Vendor Service arrangement: a) Yes b) No c) Don’t know

  29. Questions • If yes is it delivering the expected service/savings: a) Yes b) No c) Don’t know