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Price Transparency Fear

Discussion while looking at tablet

By Ibby Smith Stofer

Handling difficult customer requests can be challenging to even veteran sales personnel.


Suppose for a moment that your customer calls you out of the blue and asks you to lower your price for medical supplies? Or perhaps it is regarding pricing of a new purchase that you have forecasted for this quarter. What will most likely be your reaction?

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A Peek Into Healthcare's Future

American Healthcare Future

By Ibby Smith Stofer

I don’t know about you, but I find myself wondering what has happened to our unity? What has happened to optimism? How will this surprising presidential and congressional election affect America and its citizens? What will healthcare, finance, and industry look like in 2017 and beyond?

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What's Next in Healthcare?

Whats Next for Healthcare

By Ibby Smith Stofer

Good Morning America, we are going to have a new President. Here are a few questions many are now asking in the healthcare industry:

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Is Technology the Answer?

ICU Bedside Cluttered Hospital Room

By Ibby Smith Stofer

Is technology the answer to future efficiency and enhanced quality of life?

Technology has improved our productivity and satisfaction. It is difficult to imagine what our day would be like without a computer or smart phone. We use technology to communicate, discover answers, and send us reminders. These simple technological advancements are so ingrained into our process that we no longer see them as advancements.

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Reinvent Your Company as You Serve the New Healthcare

Doctor in facemask

By Ibby Smith Stofer

If you listen you will hear the rumble and roar of changing health care. These changes include the Accountable Care Act, price transparency, ACOs, IDNs, affiliations, mergers, electronic patient records, telemedicine, medical homes, and more. The world of health care is changing at record speed.

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Understanding Infusion Errors

IV Medication errors have become a common problem in patient care. Prevention of medication errors can start before the administration process even begins with Smart Pump technology. These infusion pumps are generally software based and designed to be a safety net for a patient and clinician, as well as providing data to use for analysis and training on the system overrides and administration. The infographic below will help you understand infusion errors and how they can be prevented when using Smart Pump technology.

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