As hospitals resume their elective case schedule post COVID-19, there will be significant demand for capital equipment. Not only will case volume be higher in operating rooms, but also extended into more sites of care such as medical office buildings, ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), and specialty clinics. At the same time, healthcare leaders know that returning their organization to financial health means doing more with less, with fewer capital dollars available for new equipment purchases.
Join speakers Todd Rothenhaus, MD, and Brett Reed for this free webinar to learn about a step-by-step approach for implementing a program to share equipment between hospitals, an entirely new way to save that maximizes equipment utilization, eliminates rental fees, and reduces capital expenses. As elective surgeries are rescheduled, explore how an equipment-sharing program can help expand service lines into new sites of care – without the corresponding capital costs – and address new requests for equipment.
- Describe the equipment and service lines that are most appropriate for an equipment-sharing program.
- Understand key considerations for moving sensitive equipment successfully.
- Discuss how to measure the costs and value of an equipment-sharing program.