When purchasing an expensive wireless DR panel, it is essential to look out for dropping and damage the device. Every medical facility needs to consider the possibility of dropping the panel, and if so, it is essential to have DR drop coverage.
What is drop coverage?
If drop coverage is an unfamiliar concept to DR panel users, it is relatively self-explanatory. DR panel drop coverage can be described as a plan that can be purchased from a service provider that issues funding towards replacing a DR plate if it ever drops during the course of its regular everyday usage.
Why is drop coverage necessary?
DR panels are very expensive compared to traditional CR plates. If a medical facility considers converting from CR to DR, technicians might be accustomed to dropping CR plates. However, when considering DR panels, on the other hand, they are not susceptible to being dropped, and the cost of replacements lie at around 25,000 to 50,000 USD each.
What to consider before buying.
It is essential to read the terms of drop coverage very clearly. Certain terms might include clauses that would exclude accidental dropping, and many service providers only cover a portion of the cost of the DR panel.
Whatever is considered for coverage options and reimbursement details for the DR plates, it is always a good idea to have at least a certain form of coverage on the DR panel in the event of droppage.
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