Baretich Engineering, Inc.

Safety, Effectiveness, Life-Cycle Cost

Clinical Engineering

We define clinical engineering as the provision of professional engineering services to improve patient care through cost-effective management of medical technology. The objective is to help healthcare organizations to economically provide safe and effective technology for patient care throughout the entire technology life-cycle.

What can we do for you?

Clinical Engineering Program Assessment

We review clinical engineering programs in hospitals and hospital systems of all sizes. We evaluate compliance with accreditation standards, benchmark along multiple dimensions, and identify opportunities for improvement. We also do this type of work across the entire Environment of Care spectrum.

Clinical Engineering Integration and CE-IT Convergence

We work with hospital systems seeking to integrate clinical engineering activities system-wide. We work with organizations seeking to integrate Clinical Engineering and Information Technology programs to improve support for medical devices that now are integral components of digital networks.

Medical Equipment Planning

We work with healthcare organizations on long-range capital equipment planning and medical technology assessment. As part of construction and renovation projects, we provide services for equipment planning, specification, selection, acquisition, installation, and acceptance.

Case Studies

For more information, review our clinical engineering case studies. These are actual projects that illustrate the range of services we offer. Each case study is also intended to demonstrate how clinical engineering contributes to safe, effective, and economical patient care.

People we work with

Clinical Engineering Professionals

Clinical Engineers, Biomedical Equipment Technicians and Technologists (BMETs), and all Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) Professionals.

Technology Management Professionals

Healthcare Facility Management Professionals, Information Technology Professionals, and all professionals responsible for managing technology in healthcare facilities.

Healthcare Organizational Leaders

Senior administrators who are responsible for activities that depend on access to safe, effective, and economical medical technology.