Evaluación del valor de adquisición del equipamiento electromédico en relación con la infraestructura, uso asistencial y consumo energético en hospitales
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The functionality of hospitals nowadays depends largely on the electromedical equipment they have, not only for the number of equipment but for its economic value. The total adquisition cost of the electromedical equipment of a hospital is related to different generic variables such as size, specialization or incorporated technology. The aim of this work is to analyze the relationships between the acquisition value of the installed equipments and the infrastructure variables (surface, number of operating rooms, number of beds), nursing staff, healthcare (number of consultations, diagnostic imaging, hospital admissions, number of surgeries or length of hospital stay) and energy consumption (thermal and electricity). The study was conducted in 10 hospitals with 3502 equiments during the 2016-2018 period. The methodology used is based on linear regression models. The results are presented with regression lines and graphs, showing a high correlation with the infrastructure and nursing resources, energy consumption, as well as hospital admissions and hospital stays.
- CIDIP 2020 (Alcoy)