Optimizing Your Equipment Buying Strategy
- OEMs often give a discounted per-item price when bought in large quantities or with other modalities of equipment by the same manufacturer.
- Individual facilities’ spending on repairs, disposable accessories, etc. can be better predicted and managed if using a consistent, established vendor.
- A streamlined equipment fleet is more easily maintained by biomedical and clinical engineering teams. They learn to master those specific equipment pieces and gain the ability to oversee multiple sites as needed.
- Training programs based on homogenized equipment can be implemented across facilities to help clinicians adapt more efficiently and knowledgably to the incoming technology.
- The same level of technology is being used to support patient procedures, thereby standardizing the quality of care and achieving better clinical outcomes throughout the system.
- A third-party fair market valuation of assets displaced by new purchases can be compared against the OEM trade-in value to identify the best method of asset disposition.
- Equipment is easier resold as a lot rather than 1-2 pieces here and there. Individual items could sell for only 10% of the equipment’s value, whereas turnkey project-based sales see net returns of up to 95%.
System-wide equipment change-outs may seem daunting and expensive at first, but they bring long-term cost efficiency as your health system grows. By being more strategic with equipment purchases, you will see improvements at every stage of the equipment life cycle and generate a higher return on investment for your bottom line. Email us at email@example.com to receive our whitepaper and learn more about our consulting services.
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