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The People Who Should be Involved in Purchasing Capital Equipment

By CME on Dec 8, 2014 11:41:51 AM

A basic definition of capital equipment is, “an asset whose acquisition cost exceeds a certain amount.”  This “set amount” will depend on the company and the term can be adjusted to capture the needs of the buyer.  To qualify as capital equipment, the asset must have a lifespan of more than one year and will be expected to play a key role in production or any other area of business.

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Equipment Planners and Your New Construction Project: 5 Things You Should Know

By CME on Aug 27, 2014 11:14:09 AM

Success in design and construction of healthcare facilities is dependent on, among other factors, a strong focus on the patient experience, application of cutting edge technology, adherence to a predefined schedule, and strict control of the budget.  With procurement consuming between 30% to 50% of total project funds, involvement of reliable clinical consultants and medical equipment planners is critical to the success of the project.

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