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Taking the Next Steps with Estimated Remaining Useful Life

Estimated Remaining Useful Life (ERUL) - An estimate of the time (in months) a device may be used and 1) Still be expected to be reliable; or, 2) Not be obsolete; or, 3) Not have consumed most or all if its market value MERC utilizes ERUL…
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Liquidation: A Comprehensive Approach

An often-overlooked portion of the equipment portfolio in a new facility expansion is the surplus.  When a new facility is being built or a current facility is expanded, most of the time a portion of the existing equipment is planned for use…
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Three Reasons Why Timely Equipment Liquidation is Important During Healthcare Facility Transitions

When a transition takes place at a hospital or other healthcare facility, it can trigger many knock-on effects.  Frequently one of these is the need to liquidate surplus medical equipment, other assets or supplies. Getting this right is a crucial…
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Fair Market Value vs. Orderly Liquidation Value

Often times liquidating medical equipment and other assets can be a complex and confusing process.Much of the value that is received for the item depends on what kind of transaction is taking place.There are definite differences between these…
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The Dynamics of Medical Equipment Liquidation

Liquidating a piece or group of medical equipment can be a complex task.  That is why it is best to work with someone who understands the complexities and has the experience to put the pieces together to make it happen.  Each equipment liquidation…
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Medical Equipment Liquidation

Liquidation At MERC we define liquidation of assets as when they are sold, disposed of, or donated.  There are many ways and avenues to liquidate medical equipment and assets, but getting a trusted resource is crucial to help your organization…