Welcome and thanks for taking the time to check in with Miga. We appreciate your interest and hope you will find our thoughts helpful in reducing your hospitals annual medical equipment lifecycle expenses by 12-16%.

Hospitals in the US spend more than $90 billion every year on medical equipment-related expenses. At least $11 billion of this spending is wasted.  For more than 10 years, Miga has been helping hospitals identify where their share of this $11 billion lies hidden in their equipment, service contracts purchases and value lost when equipment is traded, sold or disposed of.

We’ll show you how better pricing information, based upon what your competitors are paying, can better inform your benchmarking efforts; and how to strengthen your negotiating position with OEMs. We’ll share with you how to learn what your existing equipment is worth; and what you should expect to receive should you decide to trade it on new or used equipment purchases or sell it on the open market. We’ll demonstrate how you can find qualified alternative service providers and save you as much as 50% over OEM rates. And we’ll show you where to turn to help you locate equipment you need.

We welcome your input, suggestions and questions for topics you’d like to see covered here. We share your goal of helping hospitals do more, for less and look forward to hearing from you. Thanks again.

About the Author


Peter Robson, Miga founder and CEO, is passionate about the opportunity to reduce the cost of healthcare and founded Miga with a vision of transforming the market for medical equipment. Peter oversees day to day operations and leads business development, expanding Miga’s network of clients, suppliers and strategic partners around the world.