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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.

The technologies and trends advancing medical imaging in 2017 and beyond.

By Matt Skoufalos As advancements in minimally invasive surgery continue to trend smaller, the technology, staffing, and physical infrastructure required to perform ever-more complex procedures have outgrown many of the rooms designed to house them. Rather than struggling to shoehorn the components of such processes into spaces and circumstances for which they are no longer […]

Nothing contributes to the survival rate of breast cancer diagnoses more than early detection.

Equipment purchasers are always looking to balance the opportunity to gain a competitive edge with the ability to provide the best care.

Find out the latest on UDIs and what experts say we can expect in the future.

Since the 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act and its 26 different mandates, which have specific implications for every business obligated to meet them, electronic medical records (EMR) and electronic health records (EHR) have become far more sophisticated mechanisms for providers, patients, and health care in general.

The medical device aftermarket in many ways closely follows the market of original equipment manufacturers, with the pathways for out-of-box equipment often dictating the course of pre-owned purchases.

In any health care setting, the number-one issue in supply chain management is cost. As hospital budgets tighten and reimbursement rates become more contingent on quality of care, decision-makers

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.

The technologies and trends advancing medical imaging in 2017 and beyond.

By Matt Skoufalos As advancements in minimally invasive surgery continue to trend smaller, the technology, staffing, and physical infrastructure required to perform ever-more complex procedures have outgrown many of the rooms designed to house them. Rather than struggling to shoehorn the components of such processes into spaces and circumstances for which they are no longer […]

Nothing contributes to the survival rate of breast cancer diagnoses more than early detection.

Equipment purchasers are always looking to balance the opportunity to gain a competitive edge with the ability to provide the best care.

Find out the latest on UDIs and what experts say we can expect in the future.

Since the 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act and its 26 different mandates, which have specific implications for every business obligated to meet them, electronic medical records (EMR) and electronic health records (EHR) have become far more sophisticated mechanisms for providers, patients, and health care in general.

The medical device aftermarket in many ways closely follows the market of original equipment manufacturers, with the pathways for out-of-box equipment often dictating the course of pre-owned purchases.

In any health care setting, the number-one issue in supply chain management is cost. As hospital budgets tighten and reimbursement rates become more contingent on quality of care, decision-makers