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[Infographic] HAC Facts: Exploring the Facts and Uncovering How to Recover Lost Revenue – Part 2
If you are feeling the pain of HAC penalties with a 1% Medicare reimbursement reduction that ranges from thousands of dollars to millions of dollars, then your organization may be interested in exploring options to save money and recoup revenue. Remi may have the solution for you. View the new infographic to learn more.
HAC Facts: Exploring the Facts and Uncovering How to Recover Lost Revenue – Part 1
In this blog, Remi shares one centralized resource with the most recent HAC Facts. The series also explores how an Equipment Maintenance Management Program (EMMP) can help uncover savings to offset the penalties faced by your hospital.
Happy Independence Day
We wish you a Happy 4th of July and a wonderful holiday with family and friends. We wanted to mention that we will be operating on our holiday schedule this week. If you need to contact the Service Delivery Team for equipment issues, please call us at 866-296-4847. For our detailed schedule, check out the blog post.
Remi Releases June Issue of PREMIUM Newsletter
This week we are excited to share some of our most popular blog posts and customer success stories published in Remi’s blog in 2Q’19. In this issue of PREMIUM, we recap our educational content that focused on topics in the higher education, healthcare, and government space.
Interesting Service Delivery Story: Remi Inadvertently Takes Part in the Diagnosis of Situs Inversus
In equipment maintenance management, we see some interesting stories that make you say—-hmm. In this instance, a Remi customer had called into to our Service Delivery Team for support of their imaging equipment that they believed had a broken camera. It had been working fine and then started showing the images backwards.
The 5 Key Components of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) – Part 2
Last week we talked about the 5 Key Components of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) including acquisition, operation and maintenance. This week we wrap up the five components of TCO with cost of consumables and extending the life of equipment.
The 5 Key Components of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) – Part 1
Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is the financial evaluation of the life-cycle of a capital purchase such as an MRI or CT Scanner. Direct and indirect costs in addition to environmental and social costs are taken in account when outlining the TCO. In this blog, we will consider the five key components when determining the Total Cost of Ownership for your medical or lab equipment.
Aging Equipment Maintenance Costs – Part 2
Last week we discussed the life cycle of aging equipment and associated costs including new equipment and equipment that is only a few years old. This week we will finish out the life cycle with mature equipment, as well as extending the life of equipment and the costs associated with both.
Aging Equipment Maintenance Costs: Not So Different from Increased Healthcare Costs for Elderly – Part 1
We all know that personal healthcare costs increase as you age. People start to have more health issues as they get older and costs for insurance, prescriptions, etc. continue to increase. The same applies for equipment. The more mature the equipment, the more likely it is to break down. As an equipment maintenance management provider, we work with our extensive vendor network to help extend the life of capital equipment assets. Sourcing parts for aging equipment can be a challenge for some because the costs to keep the equipment viable continues to go up. Remi can help you leverage your service dollars. This blog explores the life cycle of aging equipment and discusses what influences the price for service.