Transforming Compassion Innovation Trust

Hospital Services Management

Store & Asset Management

  • Strengthening of Procurement, Store Management, Asset management and financial management of Hospitals
  • Repair, Maintenance and Disposal of Vehicles, Biomedical equipment and others
  • Strengthening of Procurement, Store Management, Asset Management and financial of hospitals
  • Repair, Maintenance and disposal of vehicles, biomedical equipment and others

1. Definition of Asset Management & eAMS


The term ‘asset’ refers to resources owned by a particular entity (e.g. government or a health facility) that have economic value and is expected to provide services or future benefits. In the context of this “Asset Management System (AMS)” any equipment or machinery used in hospital that is valued over BDT 30,000 is regarded as an asset.

Assets that should be recorded in this AMS software are of two main types:

  • Medical Assets and · Related Non-medical (office) assets

Medical assets include the capital equipment and machineries used in the hospital for the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients, surgical procedures, preservation of samples/reagents or therapeutic agents etc.

Non-medical assets include Air Conditioners, UPS, IT equipment (Computers, monitors, printers etc.) and Refrigerator and Freezer.

Asset Management:

Asset management (in hospitals) is a systematic approach to governance over medical assets that a department or group is responsible for, throughout the entire medical asset lifecycle from procurement and operations to disposal.


eAMS or electronic asset management system is a software through which assets of a facility is entered with its full information for further management. Through this software it is possible to locate equipment/asset already existing in health facility and to give entry including status in the system as soon as any asset is procured. Assets needs maintenance will also be traced and tracked easily and the maintenance will be performed fast, methodical and efficient to ensure maximum use of asset to patient service.

2. Major Activities

  • Major Activities
  • Capacity development of concerned managers, officials and staffs
  • Development of Manuals, SOPs and guidelines
  • A comprehensive framework of monitoring and supportive supervision
  • Setting up of division based NEMEMW and TEMO centres
  • Provision of common minor repais- Tyre, Battery, Dent Paint, Mirror, Light, Horn, Shock Absorber, belts servicing at TEMO
  • Installing, maintainance, repair and functioning of AC, Refrigerators, generators, suction machines, OT tables, OT lights by NEMEMW
  • Provision of outsourcing the maintenance work beyond the capacity of NEMEMW and TEMO
  • Regular holding of condemnation board for smooth disposal of non-repairable non-functioning vehicles, furniture, equipment
  • Development of an SOP and procedure for proper disposal of electro-medical equipment

3. Working Arena till the Date (District Hospital): All

4. Related DLI

DLI no DLI Unit of measurement End target (by June 2023) Status
4.1 Assessment and plan are approved  for AMS scale‐up Approved plan Achieved
4.2 Number of District Hospitals in which AMS is implemented Number of District Hospitals 14 Achieved

5. Related ROP level indicator

ROP level indicator Unit of measurement Baseline End target (by June 2023) Status
Number of hospitals in which AMS is implemented Number of hospitals 00 20 Achieved


  • Achievement till the date- eAMS is implemented in all 61 district hospitals.
  • Asset and eAMS check list: Attached