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Enjoy these tips, tricks and insights that answer 100's of questions we've received from radiology and imaging professionals that need help buying, selling, servicing and maintaining their medical imaging equipment: MRI, CT, C-Arm, Digital X-ray, PET/CT and Women's Health. We extend the life of imaging equipment so that healthcare providers worldwide can extend the lives of patients. This is why we answer your imaging equipment questions.

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Selling Your Hologic Selenia Digital Mammography System

Posted by Jason Block

Mar 7, 2014 10:01:00 AM

Hologic_Selenia_Selling_Tips-1Those of you considering selling your Hologic Selenia digital mammography machine may have seen our recent post on GE digital mammos and wondered, "Hey! Where's ours?" 

A reasonable question, but don't worry- we've compiled all the same info for your equipment below: what to capture images of, average selling prices, and where to turn next in your selling process.

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Topics: Selling Imaging Equipment, Mammography

Selling Your GE Digital Mammography System

Posted by Jason Block

Feb 10, 2014 10:00:00 AM


Upgrading, consolidating, closing- there are a variety of reasons why you may be selling your GE digital mammography unit. Whatever the case, there are certain things buyers will want to know and see before they consider your system.

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Topics: Selling Imaging Equipment, Mammography

How Much Is My GE Nuclear Camera Worth?

Posted by Josh Nunez

Oct 2, 2013 8:49:00 AM

This article's title is a great question, but one that depends on a lot of variables. That's probably not what you were hoping to read when you typed the question into Google, but it's absolutely true. The value of your specific nuclear camera will depend on model, age, condition, options, and accessories.

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Valuations, Selling Imaging Equipment, Nuclear Camera

Used GE MRI for Sale? Read This Before You Sell

Posted by Steve Rentz

Sep 25, 2013 12:45:00 PM

In 2012, 37 baseball cards were discovered in an Ohio attic – untouched for 100 years. They fetched over $500,000 at auction and made an Ohio family very happy. Like anyone who doesn’t deal in baseball cards every day they went through a process whereby 1) they thought they had something of value 2) they had the cards expertly graded and 3) they consulted a company who specialized in sports memorabilia to handle the sale. Every step in that process is important. It still pains me to remember that I traded my entire baseball card collection about 30 years ago and got very little in return. I don’t really want to talk about that...

But if you are considering trading your GE MRI system back to the OEM or perhaps listing it on DotMed or throwing it open to the highest bidder at auction; STOP! Do you really know what you have? Do you know the features that most buyers around the world value? Do you know the best way to take it to potential sellers? Block Imaging has bought and sold hundreds of MRIs over the last 10 years and we’d like to share a few things that you might want to note before you “list” your system. The good news? There are fewer value drivers than you might think

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Topics: Imaging Equipment Valuations, Selling Imaging Equipment, MRI, Used Medical Imaging Equipment

Finding the 'Right' Serial Tag on Your Medical Imaging Equipment

Posted by Jon Block

Sep 16, 2013 9:24:00 AM

If you’re hoping to sell a piece of medical imaging equipment you’ll need to gather a LOT of information about it. One of the most important things you’ll need is the system’s serial number. This might seem like a no-brainer but, once you actually go to take a shot of the serial tag, you might find that your system has many more stickers and serial numbers on it than you thought. So, which one is the “right” one? 

The System Serial Number

The best tip for finding the system serial number is to look on the largest piece of the system. For example, a CT serial tag is usually on the gantry while an X-ray tag is usually on the table. It will probably be on the back, near the floor, and will almost always have all three of the following:

  • Date of manufacture
  • System name
  • Serial number
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Topics: Selling Imaging Equipment, Imaging Equipment Project Management

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