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National Healthcare Supply Chain Week

National Healthcare Supply Chain Week

By Ibby Smith Stofer

Congratulations to All Healthcare Supply Chain Professionals for the excellent work that you do!

In celebration of National Healthcare Supply Chain Week, Med One offers to you a simple solution to some of your most common capital acquisition dilemmas.

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100+ Million Customers Celebration?

Graph of people going up

By Ibby Smith Stofer

What if your business grew by 3 million customers in the last three years? What if your affiliates’ business grew by more than 12.8 million in the last two?

I bet you are thinking, wow, I sure wish this were my business! Think of the money rolling in.

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Med One Equipment Rental

Fire breathing dragon

By Ibby Smith Stofer

Do you feel like each day your plans are taken over by the fire breathing monsters that lurk in your facility?

Does your list of daily challenges include any of the following?

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A Sale Is Just Like Marriage

Married Couple Holding Hands

By Ibby Smith Stofer

In marriage, the process is not over when one accepts the proposal or when a couple walks down the aisle.

Likewise, a sale is not over when the deal is accepted or the transaction goes through.

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Budget Availability Impact

Making impossible possible

Med One Capital is one of the largest independent leasing companies in the United States. We specialize in aiding healthcare providers and technology suppliers to bridge and close the gaps when funding is not immediately available.

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Taking Care of Yourself

Work Life Balance Puzzle

By Ibby Smith Stofer

A healthy life balance is hard to achieve. Because of this, time for ourselves often seems non-existent.

In today’s society, individuals are frequently so busy that personal time exists only as a fleeting wish. Minds race from task to task with no thought of time for oneself: “I have to coach my son’s soccer game after work,” or, “I have to do the laundry once I get the baby down,” and, “I need to check my email and get back to so-and-so.” Do these thoughts sound familiar? When was the last time you cleared your mind and didn’t think about your to-do list?

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