Hospitals Save Money Buying Recycled Computer Parts
With a ballooning number of baby boomers hitting their golden years, requiring surgery, physical therapy and life-saving efforts and, the addition of the “me” generation (post baby boomers who spend more on healthcare than their parents did), it is no wonder that the medical care industry is one of the largest consumers of computers and computer parts. Hospitals and medical offices around the world now use the computer for every of aspect of their business. Whether it’s accounting and administration, complex laparoscopic surgeries, diagnosis of disease or networking among medical professionals sharing unique health conditions in their research studies, computer technology is the essential tool today’s medical professionals admit they could not be without. It is virtually impossible for humans to simultaneously track every movement of patients’ internal organs, but computers do it with ease.
As healthcare cuts sweep the nation and the burgeoning demand for healthcare increases, hospitals are encouraged to be more savvy with their technology maintenance and spending. Purchasing recycled equipment and parts, where possible, has literally saved them millions of dollars.
Code Micro has been and, continues to be, a significant supplier for these often difficult-to-find parts to the healthcare sector. A great example of a hospital saving money buying recycled computer parts is Loma Linda Hospital in southern California. Loma Linda is among the many customers that reap the benefits of buying recycled computer parts. And a great example of computer parts organization like Loma Linda Hospital save big money on are genuine EMC Symmetrix replacement parts. Not only are they saving money and consequently saving their patients money, they are contributing to the “green” cause which, in its self, is nothing to sneeze about!