On Tuesday, February 24, 2015, employees John Gladstein and Matt Berens hit the ice rink with the Washington Capitals players for a good cause. The skating party that was hosted by the washington capitals benefited Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.
TAPS is a non-profit organization which offers compassionate care to all those grieving the death of a loved one serving in our Armed Forces.
Medical Device Depot recently donated two GE Mac 1200 EKG Machines to Promise for Haiti. These EKG machines will be used to assist daily services at the Hopital Bienfaisance de Pignon in Haiti.
Dr. Omer L. Shedd has these words to say regarding the donation:
I wanted to write a note of my sincerest appreciation for your kind donation of ekg machines for Promise for Haiti. This hospital mission is truly unique in that it requires Haitians to have an active role in their health care and is not just another donation driven facility giving solely handouts. Their mission is to teach the Haitians skills to eventually become self sustaining.
I will be going back down later this year and will try to get some pictures to you. We look to start implanting pacemakers in early 2015 and could not have done this without your help!!!
Thank you again,
Omer L. Shedd, MD, FACC, FHRS
For more information on EKG Machines, visit Medical Device Depot.
MedAssets Performance Management Solutions, Inc.
DATE: April 17, 2014
RE: Authorization of Medical Device Depot, MedAssets Medical/Surgical Distribution
Medical Device Depot is contracted as an authorized distributor with MedAssets.
Please recognize Medical Device Depot as an authorized MedAssets Distributor. Where appropriate, please send all contract information pricing to Medical Device Depot at the address below:
Medical Device Depot
3230 Bethany Lane Ste. 8
Ellicott City MD 21042
Please call or email if you have any questions or need additional information.
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Matt Berens (left) and John Gladstein (right) with John Carlson.
On Monday, February 3, MDD employees John Gladstein and Matt Berens hit the ice rink with Washington Capitals players for a good cause. The skating party charity, hosted by Washington Capitals players John Carlson, Connor Carrick and Jack Hillen, benefited the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS). John and Matt, who both participate in recreational hockey leagues, joined participants in an hour long skating session with Carlson, Carrick and Hillen.
TAPS is a nonprofit organization that provides comfort and care for anyone who is grieving the death of someone who died while serving in the military.
On Saturday June 8, Medical Device Depot employees ran in the 5K Run and Fun Walk to Stop the Bleeding, a chip-timed run & fundraiser on behalf of the Hemophilia Foundation of Maryland. Congratulations to all of our runners!
Did you know that Medical Device Depot can repair your broken machines? That’s right, send in your broken medical equipment, including EKG machines to us and we will offer a fair price with efficient service from expert technicians. We repair all medical equipment.
For more information on this service, check out our listing on thumbtack.com, a source of trustworthy local service listings. The listing can be accessed by clicking the link below:
Medical Equipment Sales & Repairs
Welch Allyn is offering a new promotion for their Green Series Exam Lights. Purchase a Green Series Exam Light and receive a free Welch Allyn product based on the model purchased! See below for more details:
GS Exam Light IV (Pick 1 of the following)
GS 300 General Exam Light (Pick 1 of the following)
GS 600 Minor Procedure Light (Pick 1 of the following)
GS 900 Procedure Light (Pick 2 of the following)
Offer ends June 30, 2011. For more information on this offer, call 877-646-3300 or visit Medical Device Depot.
The Internal Revenue Code includes several provisions aimed at making businesses more accessible to people with disabilities. Customers who purchase from the Hill Adjustable line of tables, featuring electric power elevation, are often eligible for the Section 44 provision of this tax credit.
The provision reads as follows:
Small Business Tax Credit (Internal Revenue Code Section 44: Disabled Access Credit)
Small businesses with either $1,000,000 or less in revenue or 30 or fewer full-time employees may take a tax credit of up to $5,000 annually for the cost of providing reasonable accommodations such as sign language interpreters, readers, materials in alternative format (such as Braille or large print), the purchase of adaptive equipment, the modification of existing equipment, or the removal of architectural barriers.
This tax credit is considerable and amounts to nearly half the purchase price of your table with an overall cap of $5,000 of credit.
For more information on these power tables, or to make a purchase, call 877-646-3300 or visit Medical Device Depot.
A series of tips by Shelly K. Schwartz that doctors can use to boost income:
- In-house pharmacies can add $50,000 or more to your bottom line.
- Most payers reimburse for online consultations, which can be done after hours or as needed to fill in for a no-show.
- Average consulting rates range from $3,000 to $7,000 per day, depending on your area of expertise and type of training provided.
- You can make up to $6,000 a day as an expert witness, but legal work should constitute no more than 5 percent of your income.
- It often pays to sublet unused space. Just be mindful of Stark rules when it comes to referrals.
Also consider looking into the Axon II Neural Scanner. One test per day on this device can earn your practice an additional $150k per year. For more information, call 877-646-3300 or visit Medical Device Depot.
Welch Allyn (Skaneateles Falls, NY) recently sent over 400 employee volunteers to over 20 non-profit organizations across central New York as part of its new “A Show of Hands” corporate social responsibility (CSR) campaign. Another 200 employees were stationed at the company’s headquarters assembling international aid, school supply and homeless shelter care kits. The initiative is part of the company’s annual Beacon of Quality event, a designated date when local facilities are closed for the day to honor employees.
In recognition of the company’s 95th anniversary, Welch Allyn chose to forego its traditional employee recognition festivities in favor of giving back to the surrounding communities.