Create Competition to Save on Service Costs

Hospitals often rely on one or more primary service providers to service and maintain their medical equipment. Whether service is provided by an OEM or independent third party, these working relationships can deepen over ...

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Get It In Writing!

When it comes to managing equipment service contracts, one easy and often overlooked way to control costs is to make sure you know that you are getting what you pay for. Too often hospitals may not utilize their coverage ...

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Lock in Savings Now…Pay Later

As 2019 comes to an end, suppliers may offer time-sensitive, year-end promotions as incentives for hospitals to complete purchases of new clinical and IT equipment. Given that many hospitals manage capital budgets annual ...

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Free Isn’t Really Free

Many medical equipment suppliers are getting increasingly creative with their sales proposals for new equipment. This includes “bundling” equipment with other products and services or including some line items for “free” ...

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Don’t Get Too Comfortable With Old Prices

Being comfortable isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to the price of medical equipment. The market for medical equipment is dynamic and constantly changing, and so are supplier pricing strategies and pot ...

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