Chicago-Based Pain Clinic Turns to OpenMarkets to Find Competitive Quotes

It has been proven time and time again that OpenMarkets’ method of working directly with healthcare providers and suppliers allows for the facilitation of more simple collaboration – cutting out wasted time, effort, and resources. Pinnacle Pain Management, a state-of-the-art interventional pain clinic, turned to OpenMarkets to source competitive equipment quotes. 

The OpenMarkets Exchange allowed the team to survey the market options with sellers of both new and refurbished equipment. Pinnacle Pain Management was able to research equipment that met the clinical need, fit the budget and met their timeline. In the end, Pinnacle Pain Management was able to get the best deals in the market on a refurbished Hologic InSight 2 Mini C -Arm and a new Surgical C-Arm Table.

“OpenMarkets provided access to countless healthcare suppliers and expert facilitators that navigated us through the process of obtaining quotes and purchasing the equipment. In the end, Pinnacle Pain Management was able to save significant amounts of money just by utilizing OpenMarkets’ services.”

- Dr. Neeraj Jain, founder of Pinnacle Pain Management

OpenMarkets is not only a platform to research and purchase healthcare equipment and PPE, it’s a community that is uniquely positioned to improve access to equipment, accelerate the purchasing process, and reduce the burden on healthcare administrators. 

OpenMarkets’ proven and trusted platform has been used by hundreds of hospitals to facilitate equipment transactions and communication. Powered by an equipment directory of over 35,000 products, The Exchange empowers hospital personnel to make more informed, efficient, and effective buying decisions that benefit both patients and the bottom line. To learn more about how OpenMarkets can help with equipment purchasing and get started today, log in or sign-up to the OpenMarkets Exchange.

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Tom Derrick
Tom Derrick

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