The first step in planning a mobile rental project is to assess your specific project needs. Knowing the model of scanner currently in use tells us what can be the best fit for your rental. We will discuss the length of time you will need to use a system and also make sure you have an option to extend coverage if needed.
Once your project needs are clarified, we can discuss the logistics issues pertaining to physically placing a unit at your facility. We will make sure your staff understands the electrical specifications, access to power connections, and parking lot requirements well in advance of the arrival of the mobile.
We will find out if you require a laser camera, CT injector, or connection to an in-house network as part of the installation. With the support of your IT manager we will set up the equipment to communicate with your hospital system.
OTHER PRE-DELIVERY ISSUES
MPX will communicate a complete itinerary relating to the arrival of the mobile unit. If applications training is needed an experienced trainer will be scheduled and will contact you directly in advance of delivery.
DAY OF DELIVERY
The trailer will be positioned per your instructions then the driver will level the unit, deploy the patient lift and walk up stairs, deploy the pop outs if required, and turn over the keys to a hospital representative. About an hour after you have connected power to your building a qualified field engineer will begin quality assurance procedures to confirm that the mobile made the trip to your site safely. Calibrations will be performed to make sure the equipment is operating to OEM specifications. Our engineer will meet with your IT manager and together they will test send images via the network to a remote location. We want to know that this is working properly before you scan your first patient. Our engineer will give an overview of the mobile to a client representative before leaving the site.
MPX CT LEASE GUIDELINES - PRE DELIVERY
- NEEDS ASSESSMENT
- system to be removed
- system newly acquired (if applicable)
- single slice or multi slice technology
- Lease Term
- Estimated length of rental
- Will option to extend be needed?
- Review of power requirements
- Parking issues
- pad or no pad
- level space available?
- length of power cord required for connection
- confirm access for truck / trailer delivery
OTHER PRE-DELIVERY ISSUES
- Network Interface
- IT facility contact information
- completion of information request form prior to delivery
- MPX to supply CT injector? (client option)
- if yes, syringe replacement information
- Schedule applications training (if needed)
- Confirm date and time of physical delivery
- Arrange first call vendor list for heating / cooling or general trailer issues
MPX LEASE GUIDELINES – DELIVERY DAY
- Physical Delivery / Driver will
- Park unit per client instruction
- Level trailer and deploy jack stands
- Deploy patient lift and walk up stairs
- Turn over keys to the client
- Physical Delivery
- Client will
- Make power connection between mobile and facility
- Quality Assurance / Our Field Engineer will
- Confirm that the mobile traveled safely to the client
- Run calibrations on the equipment to confirm that it is ready to be turned over for use by the client
- Meet with the client’s IT representative so that connectivity for the network can be confirmed and test images sent
- Instruct a facility representative on the prep procedures to be done at the end of the lease but prior to pick up of the mobile system
- If Applicable double check arrangements for applications trainer and make sure the client has access to trainer information