Purchasing a Urodynamics System

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So, you’re in the market for a Urodynamics System. With more options out there, you now have a choice. Here are some key points to consider during the buying process:

  • It’s important to find out if you are dealing with a distributor. If so, ask where their system is manufactured
  • Are you provided with on-site installation and training at no additional cost?
  • How experienced is the sales team? Are they familiar with Urodynamics? A knowledgeable sales team can provide valuable insight and guidance tailored to your practice’s needs
  • Inquire about the level of technical support included with the system. Are they difficult to reach?
  • Do you have to log in to a portal for assistance? Accessibility to support staff is a crucial factor to consider
  • Ask if you must scan consumables before using the system. This may limit your options and increase operational costs
  • And finally, does the source provide data integration capabilities? This technology minimizes data entry,
    reduces errors, and saves time, enhancing efficiency and productivity within your practice

 

  1. Competitive Pricing
  2. Equipment Built to Last
  3. Technical Support for the Life of the System
  4. Data Integration Options
  5. Extended Warranties
  6. On-Site Training
  7. Expandable Architecture
  8. Industry Trusted Leader
  9. Flexible Use of Water-Filled or Air-Charged Catheters
  10. No Need to Scan Consumables
  11. Made in the U.S.A.

By considering these factors, you can ensure that you select a Urodynamics System that meets
your practice’s requirements and deliver optimal performance and value.

 

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