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Metalcraft's Craftmark Barcode Labels help Monument Health track critical IT assets
As the primary hospital for the Rapid City, South Dakota, area Monument Health has seen substantial growth. They currently serve 12 communities across western South Dakota, have five hospitals and 38 medical clinics and specialty centers with over 5,000 physicians and caregivers. With all their locations and personnel, they need a robust asset tracking system to manage their IT equipment.
That’s where Metalcraft comes in. For more than 12 years Monument Health has entrusted Iowa-based manufacturer Metalcraft with their asset labeling needs. “Metalcraft has been our provider since we started asset tagging,” said Jonas Bulman, Desktop Technician and part of the IT Partner Services with Monument Health.
Often times, when we hear from our healthcare customers, they are having issues keeping track of equipment and supplies that are necessary for them to give proper care to their patients. Things like intravenous pumps, wheel chairs and supply kits go missing at the drop of a hat, forcing employees to use their valuable time to track down what they need. When things go missing, it can also force the hospital to unnecessarily purchase new items, which causes flawed record-keeping.