Good Trade-Ins Can Be Bad Deals

Hospitals often think that any amount of money they get for equipment trade-ins is a good deal. If they get more than their equipment is worth on the market, they think it’s an even better deal. What they don’t know is if the trade-in is too good, it’s often an indicator there are savings hidden in other areas of the quote. There are often missed savings opportunities hidden in medical equipment trade-ins towards new purchases. Know the value of your equipment before deciding whether to accept a trade-in offer so you can determine if you are getting a good, or bad deal. Getting the most from equipment you’re replacing is a great way to avoid paying any more than you should for new equipment, and stretching your medical equipment budget further.