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4 Equipment Delivery and Setup Keys For Your Healthcare Facility

By CME on Mar 3, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Healthcare facilities need the right equipment – delivered on time – to operate at peak efficiency and effectiveness. Throughout the process, facilities need to be able to function seamlessly, without disrupting employees’ duties or patient care. This can become even more difficult if your facility is having multiple large pieces of equipment from many different manufacturers received and delivered to a new or remodeled location.

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2 Important Elements in Your New Equipment Acquisition; Staging & Direct-to-Site Delivery

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

When you are engaged in a major new construction, expansion or remodeling project a prime concern is that of acquiring the equipment necessary to test and treat the patients as well as the furniture needed to outfit your new medical facility.  To be sure that the equipment is delivered and set up in a timely manner and in proper operating condition, you should choose a medical equipment distributor that is experienced in doing just that.  Working with an experienced and dedicated equipment distributor streamlines the logistic process and provides two important elements that determines how the equipment will flow into your facility: assembly and staging, and direct-to-site delivery.

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Acute vs. Non-Acute Markets: Is There a Difference When Purchasing Capital Equipment?

By CME on Apr 18, 2015 9:00:00 AM

When buying products for a non-acute vs. an acute care facility you are, no doubt, well aware that the cost to acquire and implement capital equipment goes far beyond the purchase price.  Although there may be little or no difference in the product pricing per se, there may be a substantial difference in the delivery costs involved.  Non-acute sites can often access the same products and pricing through a GPO contract due to their affiliation with an acute-care (in-patient) facility.  However, even though the product purchasing and pricing may be the same, the delivery and installation costs may be quite a different matter.

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Managing Multiple Vendors: A Medical Equipment Planner's Guide

By CME on Aug 7, 2014 8:37:00 AM

Medical equipment planning for healthcare facilities can be extremely difficult when working with multiple vendors.  You will be faced with piles of paperwork, calendar dates to juggle for the receipt of goods, worries about having equipment installed and ensuring each department is available to sign off on equipment as it arrives.  Here is an easy to use checklist that you can use as a guide.

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