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When you identify surplus medical equipment after your relocation, you’ve got options. You can store it, but that takes up valuable space. You can sell it and generate some revenue, reallocate it within your hospital system, donate or scrap it. Whatever you choose, your inventory system needs to document the disposition of every item so it can be accurately traced.

Most hospitals don’t have the resources to manage disposition procedures efficiently. Your staff may not have the time or the contacts it takes to make arrangements for the sale or transportation of your excess equipment. Decommission planning should map out every detail, but who is going to help you with the planning, execution and documentation of every step?

EA Health Services has the expertise to provide management of the entire decommission process. We help you with planning, consolidation, inventory management and relocation transportation. We also provide a buyback service for your surplus medical equipment.

We document every detail of decommission and distribution with EA HealthTrak, our proprietary, cloud-based inventory software. You can access your equipment 24/7 from any mobile device. From initial relocation planning through disposition, EA HealthTrak offers security and peace of mind.

Every piece of equipment is inventoried and tracked, providing strict chain of custody to mitigate risk and loss.
Each item is documented, photographed and date/time-stamped, including the owner’s ID and sign-off at each step of the decommission and distribution process.
When it’s time to transport your equipment, EA HealthTrak’s photographic documentation will keep records of everything for you.

With EA Health Services, you can have confidence that your decommissioned medical equipment is being managed and tracked with precision.

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