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In the endless search for cost savings and process improvement in health care, one of the more popular areas of interest to emerge within the past 20 years is lean methodology.

As consolidation in the health care industry continues to define the future of its landscape, vendors of all stripes continue to seek access to the largest client, patient and supplier pools available.

Reimbursement hurdles, ACA repeal/replace and anticipating CMS

By Matt Skoufalos Consolidation and expansion remains one of the dominant narratives of the U.S. health care industry. Efforts to drive greater economies of scale, cutting costs instead of jobs, have reverberated throughout the market, as deeper affiliations are brokered at every level of business. In adapting to the dynamics of an ever-fluid and now […]

Cost Savings

In the world of hospital budgeting, value is everything. Capital equipment purchasing decisions are weighed along several key considerations – quality of care, sustainability, service costs – that all ultimately relate to getting the most out of every dollar spent.

In the health care field, data breaches can carry even more significant consequences for the facilities affected by them.

The value to be recouped from reducing equipment expenses has become a selling feature.

With the looming threat of ACA repeal/reform and uncertainty over trade agreements, how are providers approaching value-based purchasing?

Medical imaging technologies have touched innumerable lives and become indispensable to the practice of health care.

Issues at the heart of the pre-owned medical equipment market.

In the endless search for cost savings and process improvement in health care, one of the more popular areas of interest to emerge within the past 20 years is lean methodology.

As consolidation in the health care industry continues to define the future of its landscape, vendors of all stripes continue to seek access to the largest client, patient and supplier pools available.

Reimbursement hurdles, ACA repeal/replace and anticipating CMS

By Matt Skoufalos Consolidation and expansion remains one of the dominant narratives of the U.S. health care industry. Efforts to drive greater economies of scale, cutting costs instead of jobs, have reverberated throughout the market, as deeper affiliations are brokered at every level of business. In adapting to the dynamics of an ever-fluid and now […]

Cost Savings

In the world of hospital budgeting, value is everything. Capital equipment purchasing decisions are weighed along several key considerations – quality of care, sustainability, service costs – that all ultimately relate to getting the most out of every dollar spent.

In the health care field, data breaches can carry even more significant consequences for the facilities affected by them.

The value to be recouped from reducing equipment expenses has become a selling feature.

With the looming threat of ACA repeal/reform and uncertainty over trade agreements, how are providers approaching value-based purchasing?

Medical imaging technologies have touched innumerable lives and become indispensable to the practice of health care.

Issues at the heart of the pre-owned medical equipment market.