Construction Project Management Software for Healthcare
In healthcare, the top priority is achieving a high quality place of healing and
wellness for patients. Oftentimes this means new construction or modifications to
existing structures. When this occurs, a number of challenges can and often do surface
that must be overcome as quickly as possible in order to continue meeting the needs
of patients. Projectmates’ construction project management software can help.
Healthcare is one of the most highly regulated industries, and for good reason.
In the construction process, therefore, it is necessary to ensure that the standards
set forth by organizations such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on
issues such as Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) are met.
Our online construction project management software helps ensure compliance with
such regulatory and accrediting standards by providing project specifications, checklists,
schedules, and discussion forums for all applicable team members that are completely
customizable to each project. An audit trail, history log, and version control are
just a few more features that help assure project goals are achieved correctly.
The most pressing challenge in healthcare construction today is funding. This is
typically the case, but with today’s economy, it seems as though this challenge
is growing; so, seeking out ways to cut costs is often a large part of the planning
With Projectmates’ construction project management software, we can help project
managers achieve such goals by providing savings in the following ways:
Document printing and shipping during the project process are significantly reduced
or eliminated—a significant cost—due to complete process automation.
With the reduction in paperwork, personnel resources are used more efficiently and
effectively, saving both time and money.
With a Master Budget overview, project managers have an at-a-glance progress report
on existing projects in order to approve and allocate funds and then see the reports
on actual costs of each subproject in the same view. This significantly reduces
the chances of a “surprise” alteration, keeping change-order associated costs to