TBS Group fornisce alle strutture sociosanitarie, pubbliche e private, servizi integrati di Ingegneria Clinica e ICT e gestisce in outsourcing tutto il parco tecnologico, biomedico e informatico, in particolare delle apparecchiature mediche e dei sistemi ICT e di telemedicina & teleassistenza, nonché soluzioni e servizi di e-Government per la pubblica amministrazione.
Con una forte propensione all'internazionalizzazione, il Gruppo attualmente opera in 20 paesi del mondo.
TBS Group. Health Technology Management.
Innovating technology and processes to curb costs and enhance services
and performance quality.
In 2017 TBS Group, a network of excellence and authoritative partner of the modern healthcare, turns 30 years.
Today as yesterday TBS Group provides integrated services of clinical engineering and ICT for the outsourced management of the whole technological equipment, both biomedical and IT, within social and healthcare facilities, in particular of medical devices and ICT systems as well as telecare & telemedicine solutions. With a strong propensity for internationalization TBS Group operates in numerous countries with over 2,000 personnel.
TBS Group is the Golden Sponsor of the IFC Global Private Health Conference in Barcelona May 16-17. It's an event that brings together the world's leading stakeholders, during which we discuss the health systems in emerging markets and provides a platform for insightful conversations and discussions on health innovation in the BRICS countries.
The TBS Group international development plan continues to produce results. The company, a leader in European biomedical engineering, already operating in Portugal through its subsidiary TBS PT, on 7 March 2016 took over Tunemedix SL, a Lisbon company specialized in supplying diagnostic imaging products and managing the relative services.
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The safe, efficient and effective delivery of patient care is the primary requirement for all healthcare organisations; medical technology plays an ever-increasing role in assisting clinicians and managers in achieving this goal.
With the fast pace of clinical developments there are crucial decisions governing the management of investment against operational and clinical gain, without asset investment, it is difficult to continually upgrade and modernise healthcare technologies.
The issues being:
- the obsolescence of the existing clinical devices;
- funding for investment in new technology;
- understanding of technical changes and the implementation of the clinical advancements;
- changes in organizational methods to embrace the new models of healthcare.
To overcome these difficulties TBS Group has developed an innovative approach to deliver the optimum quality of care and financial management. TBS Group has an extensive experience of managing almost a million multi-vendor devices for 30 years’ together with its bespoke operational / financial algorithms and formulates the HTM - Health Technology Management solutions.
HTM offers an innovative method by extending the classical model of Clinical Engineering, the introduction of a new approach developed to give healthcare organisations an additional way to manage their assets and investments. The aim is to reduce capital exposure, maximize the asset value, increase productivity, benefit clinical outcome and enhance patient care.
HTM addresses the entire lifecycle of medical equipment, supports hospitals in planning and managing assets, deliver alternative procurement solutions, monitor clinical training, undertake device refurbishment, disposal and replacement.
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TBS GB are the leading specialists in the provision of Healthcare Technology Management delivering bespoke solutions to the Healthcare sector, providing Asset management, Procurement, Training, Maintenance, and Governance solutions for their clients.
TBS Group is present in numerous countries with over 20 companies.
More than 2,000 highly qualified staff, 350 workshops, 46 Regional operational centers, 26 competence centers.
More than 1,000 healthcare structures, 930,000 medical equipment and devices managed, 1,480,000 maintenance activities, 29,500 systems of telecare and telemedicine installed.