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5 Best Practices for Selling Medical Devices in the New Year

Posted on February, 2017 by

Care providers from hospitals to general practitioners and specialized therapy offices are all going through major transitions with how and what medical devices they buy. They’re keeping an eye toward Congress to see if medical device taxes will change and looking for more information on new treatments to maximize the return on every investment.

It’s Time to Move Away from the Opioid Rx

Posted on December, 2016 by

Opioid prescriptions don’t provide effective relief from chronic pain and they tend to increase the potential for dangerous, even deadly, consequences in patients, says a new study in the December issue of Current Oncology Reports.

Palliative care researchers looked at opioid therapy and determined that it has the potential to interfere with your body’s natural ability to fight and resolve pain. The study determined that for some “it actually has the potential of extending the history of their pain.”

4 Methods for Judging a Medical Device Market for Distributors

Posted on January, 2017 by

While the U.S. lost roughly 5 million manufacturing jobs since 2000, medical equipment manufacturing has grown by about 8% over the past two decades. That’s because these devices aren’t competing on who can produce them for the lowest cost, they’re competing by figuring out which product is the most innovative and can be customized the most to the end-consumer....

What You Need to Know About Offering Bioelectronic Therapy

Posted on January, 2017 by

With Google entering the bioelectronic therapy space, we’ve seen a renewed interest in devices like our WellnessPro Plus that provides electrotherapy pain relief. Many physicians and therapists had heard about TENS and electrotherapy in the past, but now are giving it a second look to see if it makes sense for including it in their health and wellness programs.