por Loren Bonner
, DOTmed News Online Editor | February 27, 2014
CapMedPlus, a medical equipment parts and service company, announced they are working with Dunlee to create a CT tube financing program.
Dunlee is calling the program a first-of-its-kind because it will allow hospitals and imaging centers to have more control over their CT system's life cycle costs.
"In today's current market climate, I see many end-users (especially imaging centers) running risk on high-end glass and equipment, juggling their finances and praying they don't have a bad month," Jim Prout, Northeast regional sales manager for Dunlee, told DOTmed. "I believe this option to finance the glass expense on a high-end CT tube can both help insulate Dunlee and the ISOs from bad pay clients and provide options for third party service that do not exist today."
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CapMedPlus said they will be able to turn around applications the same day.
CapMedPlus, based in Solon, Ohio, is a little over three years old and has been marketing itself as a company focused on much more than selling parts and service, but also providing financing.
On its site, the company says it: "Self-performs in all functions of the equipment, parts, purchasing, service and ownership spectrum. We "bundle" all of these functions into one combined offering... We are the bank, we are the equipment and parts dealer, we are the service and repair company."