Month: July 2017

MedEquip strategic supply chain management Africa

Strategic Supply Chain Management

Medequip Supply chain management involves optimizing our warehousing operations to maximize both speed and efficiency of supplies. Madiquip manages a busy strategic supply chain of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals for international partners, agencies and organizations. Partners who need sustained supplies for health care projects to regional missions in remote areasRead More

Mission Staff Support

MedEquip Kenya supports far flung and remote mission crews with supplies needed for the team’s daily personal safety, comfort and function.  Our logistics team is well seasoned in setting up crew services from medical to personal safety and even recreation facilities.         Medical equipment and materials suppliesRead More

Remote Medical Missions

July 27, 2017 by MedEquip MedEquip continues to grow stronger in providing remote medical mission supplies and logistical support to international partners. In our strategic partnership program, one of the strengths we extend to our partners is ability to intervene and reach international remote medical missions or medical-health supply destinationsRead More

How 3D Printing Is Impacting The Medical Industry

The singularity of the Healthcare industry is that it has to adapt with a very accurate specificity to every patient. The resources used for surgeries or to treat the patient are often customized, expensive and limited. Those constraints are very adapted to the use of 3D printing technology which printsRead More

Medical Equipment Life Cycle Costs

Updated July 23, 2017 by MedEquip Medical equipment management is usually a four-stage battle for hospitals. It begins with procurement cost, then installation and training, then usability and finally maintenance overhead. Over each stage of this running battle hangs a budget question, which most health project owners have no answersRead More

The Costly Paradox of Health-Care Technology

In every industry but one, technology makes things better and cheaper. Why is it that innovation increases the cost of health care? by Jonathan S. Skinner Shared September July 26, 2017 Health-care costs would drop if we stuck to technologies with proven benefits. As an economist who studies health care,Read More

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