In the hospital environment, being organized and saving valuable floor space can mean saving lives.
The less time hospital personnel spend looking for the right inventory, the more time they have applying their medical knowledge to treat patients. Fast and efficient care can mean the difference between life and death, which is why DSI's healthcare storage solutions are so critical for hospitals, surgery centers, and medical office buildings to implement.
DSI's products and processes are designed with employee safety and patient care in mind.
DSI is a leading provider of healthcare storage solutions for hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and medical office buildings. Using LEAN inventory management systems, we provide our clients with premier and secure healthcare storage solutions and cutting-edge medical supplies systems with exceptional quality and customer care.
Our well-trained team of knowledgeable professionals is here to assist you with high-quality storage systems and the resources you require to ensure the success of your project.
If you have any questions or would like to speak with a specialist, contact DSI today to learn more about how we can provide you with high-quality storage solutions for your needs.
DSI is proud to be a leading provider of high-quality storage systems. Our collaborative approach is guided by lean principles in order to create innovative, superior storage solutions to solve storage-related issues in the healthcare field.
Through our modern storage solutions, we can maximize your available space and increase productivity.
We assess, audit, and measure your inventory and PAR levels; we measure the room to determine the best storage system; we recommend processes to reduce wasted valuable space, and we suggest ways to increase your space and storage capacity.
We tailor our storage systems to improve employee efficiencies and productivity in all supply areas while reducing employee guesswork when finding and restocking supplies.
During our consultation, we analyze PAR levels and usage levels, which helps reduce operating costs, resulting in an increase in the hospital's bottom line and better patient care.
We create a custom-configured system based on your specific requirements:
This is the stage where DSI outperforms our competitors.
We ensure that the product is installed correctly, and then assist you in transferring inventory from the old system to DSI's new LEAN Inventory Management System. Finally, we will ensure a successful physical installation and system implementation that is tailored to your company's needs while keeping your employees focused on patient care.
High-quality medical storage has an impact on all aspects of the healthcare industry. Comprehensive hospital storage solutions, when properly designed, help hospitals and other healthcare facilities improve patient care, control costs, and save and organize storage space.
No matter the application, our team can collaborate with you to design the best sterile instrument storage, medical supply storage, medical carts, medical wire shelving systems, workstations, medical storage bins, and track systems from all of the most well-known brands, including:
At DSI, we have the knowledge and experience to assess your needs and design high-quality storage solutions that will save space while increasing productivity. Our storage experts cover all 50 states and are familiar with all aspects of storage solutions for the healthcare field.
Contact us today at (800) 393-6090 to schedule a consultation with one of our storage experts and receive a free no-obligation price quote.
The best approach to organizing a supply room is with an efficient, space saving system where you can optimize your floor space and easily access and put-away your inventory.
One way to label your supplies is not only on the actual inventory but also on the exterior of the shelf, bin, or compartment where the inventory lives.
Hospital supplies, equipment, and overall inventory managed within a hospital room varies from department to department. For example, sterile instruments are processed and stored in the Sterile Processing Department whereas disporals items are stored in the Med / Surg Department on the patient recovery floors.
Traditional storage equipment commonly used in hospitals are medical carts, wire shelving, high density baskets systems, surgical case carts, high density instrument storage, and workstations.