Hospital leaders face a capital expenditures predicament with their medical devices. On one hand, they obviously need available devices to provide care. On the other hand, budgets are limited. Having too few devices is a problem—but so is having too many. Here, TRIMEDX’s Dave Klumpe offers a solution.
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IBISWorld analyst Sarah Turk predicts that burgeoning digital technologies will pay substantial dividends for healthcare by 2020, both reducing healthcare costs and improving access to care.Read More
At the annual conference of the California Medical Instrumentation Association on January 17, Joseph Dysko said that capital equipment planning represents the biggest opportunity for HTM professionals to become more involved with the C suite.Read More
The amount of service coverage and risk that a hospital assumes on a piece of equipment often depends on the ebb and flow of business and revenue. Flexible service contracts allow biomedical departments to respond to such fluctuations by increasing or decreasing coverage.Read More