Medexponet Ltd a team of business enthusiasts, problem-solvers and medical industry veterans dedicated to providing healthcare providers with asset management solutions and maniacal customer service. With nearly 30 years of combined experience in the medical equipment industry, we can provide a solution for most any situation. Over the years our family run business have built a large network of connections in a field of medical and are currently operating within the following 4 segments mostly with hospitals:
- Equipment Management;
- Medical Equipment Appraisals;
- Asset Management;
- Special Medical Web Development + communication and online presence
Ultimately, we see ourselves as problem-solvers. As hospitals struggle to keep up with increasing demands, many find themselves understaffed, overwhelmed and unsure of what to do when it comes to managing the thousands of pieces of equipment in their care when it’s time to make a change. That’s where we come in. By tapping into our personal expertise, market research we’re able to make sound recommendations on how to maximize the economic lifespan of your equipment. Translation: We’re here to save you time, energy and money. We regularly gave advices to many board of hospitals and also to the government healthcare projects. That means, we are pro-active problem solving team with consistent communication and being readily available.
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About the hungarian medical market, what we are dealing
We think the Hungarian Market is one of the best new solvent market on the Eastern Europe. In Hungary are two large government healthcare projects:
1, The hungarian government decided to build a new South-Buda Hospital. It will be the largest health care development of the past one hundred years in Budapest, the new hospital will cost approximately EUR 484 million. This will be the most modern care institution of Hungary and probably the entire region.
2, Electronic health care service facility to come into being in November 2017. The digitisation of all data generated during the course of the provision of health care services will begin in November, meaning that an electronic health care service facility will come into being.