for Your Industry
Cure Biomedical understands the sense of urgency demanded by healthcare systems. We understand hospital policy and procedure not only through the eyes of CMS and TJC, but throughout multiple hospital cultures in which we have been immersed. This has given us the ability to offer understanding and flexibility to design and develop the most successful solution to your needs.
Unlike a large hospital that has abundant resources, we know how important it is to have 100% of your medical devices operational. We are there to help keep your equipment in top shape. We have solutions to help with equipment rendered unrepairable or awaiting parts on back order. Through our trusted relationships, we can facilitate new or loner equipment to keep you operational. In addition, with our many relationships with ISOs across the country, we can help with alternative, cost saving equipment acquisitions.
Doctor's Offices and Clinics
We often see equipment in small clinics and doctor’s offices untouched by service providers for many years due to the cost of maintenance programs and lack of regulatory monitoring. We’d like to help you prepare for the ever-changing compliance of state regulatory inspectors. We can provide affordable equipment sweeps to verify function and safety while in use. In addition, with our many relationships with ISOs across the country, we can help with alternative, cost saving equipment acquisitions.
Rural Healthcare Facilities
Some of Cure’s Leadership, having previously worked at and with Rural Healthcare Facilities, gives us the ability to understand your geographical challenges. We realize how every penny counts when running low volume rural area facilities. Let us offer a solution to your need by giving us the opportunity to evaluate and then present what we may be able to offer.
It is no secret that providing services for government entities requires a strict attention to detail when processing administrative protocol. We at Cure understand this and take all precautions and follow all that is demanded of us. Much like the protocol we follow to adhere to CMS and TJC regulations, we comply with the additional demands of government policy.