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Quick Medical Launches Medical Equipment Lease Program
Date:5/28/2009

The demand for new and/or additional medical equipment continues to rise among heath care facilities. Quick Medical has recognized the need to offer hospitals, medical clinics, and other health care facilities the option of leasing new and/or additional medical equipment versus paying cash or long-term high interest rate financing.

Snoqualmie, WA (PRWEB) -- With the continued fluctuations in interest rates, slowing of the economy, and competition for new patients, a number of hospitals, dental and medical clinics are struggling with reduced cash flow and the dilemma of how to purchase new or additional medical equipment to meet the needs and requests of their patients.

"The medical industry continues to remain strong with the constant and increasing need for health care goods and services," said Bobby Beaulieu, IT Director at Quick Medical. "For many health care facilities, profit margins and cash flow are lower and the cost of providing newer or additional medical equipment is higher. At the request of our customers, we made the decision that we would offer a new medical leasing program designed specifically for hospitals, medical clinics and other health care facilities."

One of the fastest growing and most popular ways to finance medical equipment is through a lease program. Current data suggests that of the majority of medical equipment sold to and/or financed by a medical practice, at least 50% was leased. Why pay cash for a piece of medical equipment when the business can pay nothing down and have the revenue generated by the medical equipment pay for itself?

"A number of medical practices could possibly afford to pay cash for additional or new medical
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