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Buy single-use medical products to run your medical practice or hospital more efficiently
For sanitary reasons, you must either disinfect your medical supplies after each use, or use disposable medical products. Disinfecting ...
- Article By Andrea Townsley
- – April 21, 2011
Create a coordinated, efficient operation by utilizing Kodak medical and dental products
Kodak medical and dental products, which is currently owned by Carestream Health, Inc., offer a comprehensive system that can ...
- Article By Jane Spehar
- – April 22, 2010
Reduce injuries in medical settings by using ergonomic medical products to move patients
Patient handling without the benefit of medical ergonomic devices is a primary cause of musculoskeletal injuries to health care workers ...
- Article By Richard Barnett
- – May 19, 2011
Increase sales by adding medical devices to your drugstore or pharmacy product line
As the owner of a small drugstore or pharmacy, chances are you already carry assorted medical products, in addition to drugs and first ...
- Article By K. Ring
- – January 12, 2011
Stand out in a growing industry when planning your medical product design and development
Medical product development is a vast industry serving the needs of pharmaceutical companies, health care professionals and a variety ...
- Article By Violette DeSantis
- – June 16, 2010
Learn about medical equipment available for rental
Medical equipment rental businesses offer a range of products for rent. Medical equipment can vary from basic safety and home health ...
- Article By Adah Chung
- – April 26, 2010
If you notice any of these red flags with your medical billing software, maybe it's time to upgrade.
- Article By Business.com Editorial Staff
- – January 16, 2013
Stock your medical clinic with supplies from the best medical distributors for smooth operations
Medical distributors are important to the medical industry as they keep medical offices, clinics and hospitals running smoothly by ...
- Article By Niki Hampton
- – February 20, 2011
Distractions are a freelancer's worst enemy. To be productive, control what you can, ignore what you can't, and go selectively deaf.
- Article By Sherry Gray
- – July 26, 2016
Get input from medical device consultants for your new product
When you're designing and engineering a new medical device, you must make sure your new product complies with a number of ...
- Article By Ben Hahn
- – April 24, 2010