Learn how to make renting work for you.
If you run skilled nursing, rehabilitation, or post-acute care facilities, you face this almost daily: It’s late Monday afternoon and you receive a call from a referring hospital that a patient will be discharged to your facility on Tuesday morning. You ask about the patient’s needs, and you learn that the new admit requires a 42” wide high/low bed with a 600 lbs. capacity and a 42” bariatric alternating pressure mattress. Should you even try to buy the equipment on such short notice (is it possible?) or does renting the equipment make more sense?In this free guide, we're giving you all the important considerations you need to understand to make renting work for you. Fill out the form on this page to get your free copy.