Hospitals spending money replacing things that aren't even missing

THINaër can help save 5% each year.

When a single piece of medical equipment costs $50 thousand, knowing where it is and when it’s being used is critical to optimizing equipment utilization.

The average hospital location has thousands and thousands of pieces of moveable medical equipment. Replacing that equipment is easily one of the biggest financial burdens most hospitals face.

But equipment costs certainly aren’t the only concern most hospitals face. With dwindling reimbursements and budget challenges, how will hospitals decide where to invest?

“Hospitals face several revenue challenges,” says Rusty Lewis, THINaër’s Chief Strategy and Growth Officer. “Most are interested in solutions that solve for a specific pain point, like better management of medical device inventory, loss prevention, environmental control or patient satisfaction.”

The Internet of Things (IoT) enables use cases like medical asset tracking that are more affordable to deploy and enable immediate ROI.

“Solving for particular pain points ensures earlier adopters see immediate returns while laying the foundation to easily deploy future use cases.”

THINaër makes it possible for healthcare organizations to save approximately 5% each year on annual equipment purchasing costs by reducing unnecessary equipment replacement. So how do we do that? Simply tag your equipment, drop a gateway on your network and login to the Sonar dashboard for the most comprehensive view of operations ever.

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When a single piece of medical equipment costs $50 thousand, knowing where it is and when it’s being used is critical to optimizing equipment utilization.

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