In general, medical care and pharmaceuticals account for 20 percent of gross costs, and as a result, even the slightest change in mark up guidelines could have a huge financial impact. Before switching markup methods or executing new surcharges, hospitals should model the impact on gross fees. Some people refer to the prices of certain types of medical devices as arbitrary and completely inflated. The Breg version looks good, like slings go.
I’m not sure if these soft full foam belts warrant a mark-up of around 900% over similar products. O’Leary advises customers to ask ahead of time for pricing and a cost estimate for all non-emergency tests and procedures, make sure everyone is on the network, check with your insurance provider to find out what they cover, and call a local medical utility company where you can purchase the equipment can probably get right for a lot less.
A manufacturer/supplier should have full confidence in his distributor and let him decide on the sales price.
The distributor knows best of the market, competition, tenders, expenses for delivery and storage etc.
The price for a certain product can vary from one customer to the other, from one deal to another.
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