Equipment Appraisal Services

Medical Equipment Appraisal Services


Radiology Oncology Systems, Inc., has grown to become one of the leading firms specializing in the secondary market for radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging equipment. ROS’s understanding of market supply and demand, combined with our experience through over 20 years in the industry, uniquely qualifies us to perform equipment assessments and appraisals.


The appraisal process begins with a thorough description of your equipment.  We gather the necessary information via questionnaires, invoices, service reports and/or interviews with the client.

Appraisal Output:

1. 

Wholesale pricing.  This is the general price that the system would sell for from the hospital or clinic to an intermediary. Most appraisals require this type of price analysis.

2. 

End-user pricing.  This is the price that the system would sell for from the intermediary to the end-user. It includes relocation expenses, installation and can include software re-licensing costs.

3. 

Intermediary “Value-Added” services required.  What services or parts will be required through the transaction? This is a core component of End-user pricing. It lists all of the costs required for a relocation with estimates.

4. Additional factors for consideration.

Methodology:

1.

Database analysis.  We look at our proprietary database of radiation oncology and diagnostic imaging facilities seeking to buy and/or sell equipment, wholesale and broker transactions, and current installation plans, to determine the existing supply of such equipment, including those systems planned to be removed/sold.

2.

Transaction analysis.  We look at any recent or historical transactions involving the type of equipment to assess actual market prices.

3.

Trend analysis.  Based on the type of system, the manufacturer, the model, and any of the upgrades, we can see where demand is heading. It is not unusual to see prices increase or decrease over time, based on supply/demand, technological advances, reimbursement, and other factors.

4.

Liquidity level.  Very specific or rare systems have lower liquidity in the market, and buyers may be harder to find.  More common systems tend to have more liquid markets. These dynamics can create large price swings in short periods of time.


More Info: Medical Equipment Appraisal Services Brochure.




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