Why Preventative Maintenance is Vital to Your MRI System

Updated: Aug 3, 2021

We can sum it up in just 4 simple points.

Accreditation, Reimbursement (It's Required Anyway)

Regular PMs are actual requirements for MRI facilities in order to maintain accreditation and eligibility for reimbursement. A PM program ensures compliance and puts the onus on the service provider to maintain the schedule.

Protect Your Financial Investment (Breakdowns Are Expensive)

MRIs are sophisticated machines with great reliability, but the need routine maintenance. A sudden failure or total breakdown will cost far more in repairs, replacement and even greater stress if your facility loses revenue because it cannot service patients.

Avoid Service Disruption (It's an Ethics Point Really)

An MRI system that isn't functioning properly can be a safety liability. It also means you won't be able to help referring physicians make proper and accurate assessments for their patients. As a medical imaging facility, your operation serves a key role in ensuring quality healthcare. PMs help you fulfill that role.

It Will Save You Money (You Don't Have to Pay a Premium)

You don't have to pay a premium price to keep your equipment maintained. The original equipment manufacturer is not the only service option for PMs and equipment repairs. KEI's service programs are far more cost-effective without compromising quality and experience. Just ask.

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