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5 Reasons You Need to Use an Equipment-Focused Distributor for your Medical Office Project

By CME on Aug 3, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Procuring all the different equipment items required to outfit a new construction, expansion or remodeling project can be a daunting and stressful task.  That is why using an experienced equipment-focused distributor is essential for opening your new medical office on-time and in a cost-efficient manner.

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5 Ways to Improve Medical Equipment Procurement Efficiency

By CME on Dec 30, 2015 11:00:00 AM

Medical equipment procurement is a critical factor in ensuring that the process of opening, moving, or even upgrading a medical facility is handled in a manner that both lets the doors open when planned, and delivers the level of service promised right from the start.

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Why We Love Working With Hospital Space Planners (And You Should, Too!)

By CME on May 21, 2014 10:29:58 AM

Do you enjoy what you do?  WE DO!  We love working with people like you -- hospital purchasing managers/buyers, clinical department managers, and other large facility equipment purchasers.  And we love working with hospital space planners who find the challenges of space planning projects stimulating and rewarding.  While we do not do space planning, we love working with the people who do in order to address the logistics and delivery issues that may arise.

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Cost Vs. Value: How to Evaluate Your Next Equipment Delivery Project

By CME on May 16, 2014 1:12:24 PM

Whenever you want to get new equipment for your medical facility, there will be several types of costs involved.  Besides the price of the products that you are getting delivered, you must also consider PO costs, delivery charges, administrative fees, staging, and cleanup.  Basically, all the costs that are involved with a product in its journey through the  supply chain, from the time the PO is created until the time the product is put to use by the end-user. Sometimes these costs can be nearly as much as the cost of the equipment items themselves.

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