Miga Selected to Deliver Asset Disposition Program for UMCSC/Novation Members
Plymouth, MN – May 1, 2012 – Miga Solutions, a leading cost-containment solution for hospitals, today announced it has been awarded a supplier agreement to provide asset disposition solutions for hospitals that are part of Novation’s Upper Midwest Consolidated Services Center (UMCSC), a member-driven supply network of VHA Upper Midwest member organizations. This will give UMCSC members optimal pricing on Miga’s industry-leading asset disposition program, as well as access to a range of value-added solutions and discounts.
“We are pleased to provide cutting-edge resources for asset disposition to UMCSC members to address the evolving needs of today’s hospitals and medical facilities,” said Peter Robson, CEO of Miga Solutions. “Asset disposition is a critical part of an effective medical equipment lifecycle strategy and is a cornerstone solution of the Miga platform. We’re excited to deliver our proven solution to one of the Midwest’s most venerable institutions.”
Miga’s asset disposition program is based on a proven data-driven methodology and is a core component of its total lifecycle solution, which provides marketplace information, software tools and services all designed to significantly reduce annual expenses.
Continued Robson: “Miga’s mission is to help our hospital clients generate the greatest savings and value across the medical equipment lifecycle. Our equipment disposition service is designed to recover the greatest value from hospital equipment and has been a focus of our business since day one.”
About Miga Solutions
Since 2004, Miga Solutions has been helping hospitals generate significant annual savings by lowering the costs of their entire medical equipment lifecycle.
Hospitals in the US spend nearly $73B every year to purchase and maintain medical equipment. Miga’s experience indicates that $9B of this annual spending can be saved if hospitals just had access to the information and tools they need to confidently identify and implement more cost effective equipment spending decisions.Tweet