You’re investing in doctors, medical equipment, outreach, and quality care. But is that enough for any healthcare practice to make its mark?
Or can there be more things—and more important things—that you’re missing out on?
A Plan B
The coronavirus pandemic has taught us many things—among them, this: things are never as fine as they look. While the hospitals in Kansas City were chilling back in December and January, the seeds of the coronavirus had already been sown in Wuhan, China. When the pandemic finally broke in Missouri in February, a lot of the hospitals were caught off guard.
Kansas City had a hard time in particular. Its hospitals were overwhelmed. Some had to utilize their non-emergency wards to cope with the influx.
From now on, hospitals in Kansas City and elsewhere should prepare in advance for emergency situations like these. After all, there are 12 deadly viruses on Earth.
A Research Environment
We know that hospitals aren’t really research institutes or medical school equivalents, but just imagine how many patients come through a healthcare organization every day. Think of the pool of information you’re sitting on. After all, let’s not forget that scientists are still exploring the human body—we found a new organ hidden in our bodies just a week ago. So many centuries since Hippocrates first undertook the study of human anatomy—and we’re still finding things about our own bodies. It’s fascinating.
The best part? The new organ was “accidently” found by doctors working on cancer patients in the Netherlands.
Professional Medical Cleaning Services
Every hospital has its own staff that takes care of the mopping and dusting every day, yes. But that doesn’t mean it’s enough. Think of how people always get extra professional help before big events—such as weddings and family gatherings. Your hospital is going to be inundated with patients day in and day out. These patients, moreover, are going to be. . . well, sick.
Sterilizing, sanitizing, disinfecting is your priority. A hospital has more than just mopping and vacuuming needs. You need someone professional, who carries the right equipment and has the right training, to clean every possible surface.
Because in a hospital, every surface is potentially infected.
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