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Home Health Care Supplies 'Order Themselves' with New Auto Reorder from TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com
Date:5/7/2009

Medical concerns, busy schedules, fatigue and other common factors in home health care can make it difficult to stay on top of reordering regularly used discount medical supplies. TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com announces the new Auto Reorder tool that lets customers, whether corporate or home care individuals, set up their orders ahead of time so they'll never be without the ostomy, urological, diabetic, skin care, incontinence or wound care items they need every day.

(PRWEB) May 7, 2009 -- Home health care providers can now enjoy the reassurance of always having what they need on hand. Whether they purchase diabetic, ostomy, skin care, urological, wound care or incontinence supplies, they can use the new Auto Reorder feature at TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com to automatically reorder items. The feature is simple to use and can be a welcome aid to those who already have plenty on their minds.

Supporting the efforts of thousands of home health care providers in the U.S. has long been the mission of TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com. With Auto Reorder and other new tools and features, this online source of discount medical supplies can do even more for their customers. Any and every item can be set for Auto Reorder and anyone, whether a corporate buyer, individual or homecare provider, can use this feature.

Owner Meir Tsinman explains, "Being left in a bind is a thing of the past with this feature. Once it's set up, the automated ordering system will order the items for them. Auto Reorder can be set up according to intervals that work for each customer. At the prescribed time, it automatically generates a new order so they'll never have a problem getting items when they're needed, and always at the lowest prices available at the time."

The feature is flexible. If the frequency or items change, the customer can contact TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com and an adjustment will be made. But not having to worry about having home health care supplies on hand is more than a stress reducer.

"When a customer uses automated reordering, they save money they might have had to spend on making an emergency purchase from a more expensive source locally or having the shipment expedited for an additional fee," says Tsinman.

Auto Reorder can thus be added to a list of features provided at TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com designed to support those who need home health care supplies, saving them money and worry. Another such feature is the MSD Club. For a nominal fee, members can save 5% on regularly ordered supplies year round. They also get a bonus one-time 10% discount.

Those interested in Auto Reorder and other helpful customer tools can find out more at TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com.

About TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com:

Thousands buy their discount medical supplies online at TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com. Providing more than 25,000 top brand supplies and equipment at competitive prices, the store features top names, including Invacare, Drive, Nova, Graham Field, Zipr, ActiveCare, Golden Technologies, Alex, Hollister, ConvaTec, Dynarex, and ADC.

With free shipping on orders over $100, customers can save on diabetic testing supplies, ostomy and urological products, discount incontinence supplies, skin and wound care items and more. Also now included is line of mobility devices, including rollators, walkers, scooters and wheelchairs, complete with informational and comparison guides.

Seasoned salespersons are available to help customers, and advanced ordering systems and beneficial shipping, delivery, and return policies make it easy to shop. Most orders are delivered in three business days or less from the date shipped, though some items may take a week to arrive. TheMedicalSupplyDepot.com, driven to provide superior customer care, also encourages customers to submit product reviews and contact customer support for assistance.

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