When the time has come to depart with your Diagnostic Imaging or Radiation Therapy equipment, you will be faced with several options: selling, consigning, removing & disposing, trade-in or auction. The pros and cons of each option are examined more closely in our Seller’s Guide, along with additional tips to maximize the value of your used equipment.
The 63rd Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Annual Meeting, held this week in San Diego, CA, brought together more than 5,700 attendees to discuss the latest breakthroughs in the fields of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging. With the celebration of the 40th anniversary of FDG, many sessions revolved around PET/CT imaging, equipment and radiotracers; developed to increase the detection of multiple chronic and complex diseases such as cancer, dementia and cardiac diseases.
Most radiologists are not currently providing a comprehensive dense breast solution. Mammography and other x-ray technologies lack the ability to effectively detect lesions in dense breasts.
A GE CT scanner is highly sought after on the used equipment market. Rightfully so, GE naturally creates a great product. A GE CT scanner will enter the used equipment market less than other manufactured products. This is due to the longevity of the units and costs of replacement parts are less expensive.
Many medical facilities prefer to sell their used CT, MRI, or other equipment to Buyers, rather than trading them in to manufacturers. If you are looking to sell, here are five simple tasks that will help you maximize your sales price and minimize your headaches: