Miga Solutions Targets Growth with Expanded Valuation and Analytics Services

Plymouth, MN – January 7, 2014 – Miga Solutions, developer of the pioneering EVMS platform that helps hospitals reduce medical equipment lifecycle costs, today announced an expanded service offering for its Valuation and Analytics solutions, extending its existing capabilities for hospital clients to other suppliers to hospitals, such as accountants, valuation firms, supply chain consultants and more. There has been growing demand for accurate medical equipment market and pricing data for joint ventures, divestures and more. The challenging healthcare environment has increased the volume of strategic transactions happening in the market, many of which require independent asset valuations, cost/budget assessments and related project work.

“This launch is an exciting step in the evolution of our business and responds to the demands of the market for more and better information to help support key business decisions involving medical equipment costs, said Peter Robson, Miga CEO.  “We see our expanded offering to other hospital advisory companies as a logical extension of our data and savings platform, and it creates more opportunities for Miga to generate value and bottom-line impact for our customers.”

Alan Dakay, President of Miga Solutions, has been tapped to lead this effort. Robson commented, “Alan has a great understanding of the needs of the market and he is the perfect person to lead this important initiative for us.”  To learn more about how Miga’s Valuation and Analytics services can benefit your organization, visit http://www.migasolutions.com/evms/professional-services/.

About Miga Solutions

Miga Solutions has been enabling leading hospitals to lower their annual medical equipment costs since 2004. Miga’s proprietary Benchmarking 2.0® platform, Equipment Value Management System® (EVMS), combines the most complete and accurate pricing information on medical equipment with expert and specialized services that together enable hospitals to benchmark, make, and implement more cost-effective spending decisions across the entire medical equipment lifecycle.