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Med One Annual Sales Meeting 2020

Med One Annual Sales Meeting 2020

By Dani Vaughan

The year 2020 has been a year full of unique and challenging circumstances. With the public health concerns of COVID-19 still extremely prevalent, we here at Med One opted to have a virtual sales meeting with our employees. Senior leaders of the company prepared messages of encouragement and vision for the goals of Med One in the coming year. Check out the video recap below and read on to see an overview of the topics that were discussed.

Brent Allen – Executive Vice President

Having integrity plays a vital role in our company culture and drives our interactions with our customers. We owe our customers everything. Without them, we wouldn’t be where we are today. A quote by Warren Buffet accurately describes our view of integrity with our employees:

“In looking for people to hire, you look for three qualities: integrity, intelligence, and energy. And if you don’t have the first, the other two will kill you. You think about it; it’s true. If you hire somebody without integrity, you really want them to be dumb and lazy.”

Grady Brown – VP of Human Resources

The face of Med One has changed over time with the growth of the company. With our corporate offices based in Utah, Med One has grown to multiple locations in California, Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina to better serve our customers.

Chris Enger – Director of Training and Development

Keeping our employees up to date with the latest trainings and processes is important to best serve our customers. We have plans to implement new training for all employees to keep processes consistent across our different locations in the United States.

Bryce Ray – Chief Credit Officer

Hospitals are always looking for the best and most efficient ways to care for their patients. Conservation of cash has been a consistent theme throughout the year for hospitals when it comes to making decisions. We need to ask the right questions to better understand our customers financial situations.

Jeff Easton – Chief Financial Officer

Med One will be celebrating its 30 year anniversary next year, and over the years, the company has grown and improved to provide the best environment outlook for our customers and employees. Med One continues to invest in its employees and their future success here.

Troy Tait – SVP of Customer Care

We want to better know our customers and find the best processes to help them through working with Med One. Receiving customer feedback will allow us to understand how we can better serve them.

Brian Gates – VP Director of Marketing

The Med One logo contains three lines that represent the pillars that are our core values. Creativity, simplicity, and responsiveness are the traits that have made us an industry leader and will help us continue with that success.

Larry Stevens – President/CEO

Med One has a commitment to our employees and our customers. We look forward to what the future holds. A key principle of what makes up Med One is the idea of a three-legged stool. With the legs, it is perfectly balanced and can hold its weight. Each of the legs represents a specific part of the company. These three legs are our employees, our customers, and Med One as a company. If any one of the legs of the company were to be removed from the stool, it would no longer be able to stand. In the years ahead, it is of vital importance to understand this concept. As employees, you are responsible for taking care of your part of the three-legged stool.

Even though 2020 has been a challenging year, Med One remains dedicated to providing medical equipment and customized acquisition solutions to our customers. We are proud to be an industry leader and resource of information to all in the healthcare industry. Our employees are dedicated, hard-working, and will continue to be there for our customers and vendors.