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3 Questions to Ask to avoid Hidden Costs when Ordering Capital Equipment

By CME on Dec 23, 2015 10:00:00 AM

With the new focus of the Affordable Care Act hospitals are under increasing pressure to reduce costs while increasing the quality of care they provide and patient satisfaction.  This means that even medical equipment procurement has to be as efficient as possible to help keep overall hospital costs down.  So how do you uncover hidden costs and ensure you know what you're paying for?

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The Value of Medical Manufacturer Relationships

By CME on Oct 17, 2015 2:00:00 PM

Whether a small physician’s practice or a large multi-facility healthcare network, today’s healthcare providers need to make enlightened decisions when it comes to purchasing new medical equipment. Achievement of increased operational efficiency and lowering the overall costs associated with purchasing equipment are primary goals for all organizations.

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3 Success Keys for Your Expansion Project

By CME on Jul 3, 2015 7:30:00 AM

In the current healthcare environment most hospital systems and IDN’s have one or more of the following goals: improved quality of care; outstanding patient satisfaction; growing capacity to provide more integrated healthcare; and cutting costs. Based on the numbers, healthcare facility development or expansion is likely in your future. Forward thinking and planning leads to positive action, and that’s how your expansion project will be developed. However, unlike other businesses, healthcare facilities have stringent laws and guidelines, checks and balances in every department. So, how do you guarantee your patient-centered project will be a successful venture?

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Items That Should Be Remembered in Your Capital Purchasing Order

By CME on Apr 29, 2015 11:00:00 AM

It is not uncommon for procurement managers and buyers to become so focused on the large capital equipment items for their purchasing orders, that they overlook important supportive pieces that are required to make them functional.  These pieces may include consumables and accessory items that will ensure the operational readiness of the large capital items.

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