Let’s make contact at RSNA 2015 in Chicago!

Rhonda Johnson
Thursday, November 19, 2015 - 01:42

Integrity Medical marks its 26th year at the RSNA.

We would love to meet you and discuss your refurbished equipment needs for the coming year.

David Denholtz has meetings available on Monday, November 30, Tuesday, December 1, and Wednesday, December 2

A BAD BAD Hologic Tank Membrane-- spotty with leaky oil.

Is it a Tube? Is it a Tank? It’s the Hologic DEXA Tube/Tank Assembly!
Wednesday, October 21, 2015 - 11:00

Hologic makes a great Bone Densitometer. As a matter of fact, from their QDR-4500 series introduced in 1995, to their Discovery series, still manufactured today, Hologic has arguably had the most reliable DEXA scanner on the market.

And a lot of that reliability has to do with Hologic’s X-ray Tube and High-Voltage Tank assembly. As the beating heart of the Hologic DEXA, the X-Ray tube is enclosed in an oil-filled tank, which both cools the tube and prolongs its life.

Is Your CT Scanner XR-29 Compliant? And If Not, Why Not?
Thursday, October 15, 2015 - 11:00

If your imaging center or or free-standing facility owns a CT Scanner— or is thinking about buying one— and you don’t yet know what XR-29 is, you should read this blog soon, if not today.


Ugly, burned-in OEC Monitors. THEY HAVE GOT TO GO!

Slim Down & See Clearer: GE/OEC 9800 Flat Panel LCD Monitors
Tuesday, October 6, 2015 - 11:00

Slimming Down and Seeing Clearer: Better Images with a GE/OEC 9800 Flat Panel LCD Monitor Upgrade

If you are like many GE/OEC users today who have an older 9800 C-Arm, you are probably tired of looking— or perhaps squinting— at those bulky old CRT Monitors. And if your 9800 has been around for a while, it will definitely have some serious “burn-in” by now. In addition, as they age, most older CRT monitors just simply get dimmer and dimmer, lose contrast, and can no longer be adjusted any brighter or clearer.

3 Valuable Tips to Help You Avoid Costly Ultrasound Probe Damage

Rhonda Johnson
Wednesday, September 23, 2015 - 11:00

I got an urgent phone call from one of my practice managers today, and even though I always love to speak to her (she’s one of those incredibly capable, can-do administrators who is worth her weight in gold at a busy Dallas women’s health clinic) my heart sank when she told me what she needed – she had a cracked ultrasound probe. Again. For the second time this quarter. And it would cost her hundreds of dollars in repair and shipping costs – not to mention the patient downtime – to get it fixed.

Are You Ready for ICD-10? It’s Not Too Late To Do These 5 Things

Rhonda Johnson
Thursday, September 17, 2015 - 11:00

Physicians, practice managers, clinics, and hospitals are counting down to October 1, 2015, the day that new health care coding requirements go into effect. The new catalog of codes, from the 10th revision of the International Classification of Diseases – or ICD-10, for short – will include 80,000 diagnostic codes, up from the 14,000 codes that are currently used. Originally scheduled for use beginning October 2013, the Obama Administration delayed ICD-10 until October 2014, and then Congress kindly gave healthcare providers another year, until October 2015.

Five Things You Should Know About Leasing Refurbished Imaging Equipment

Rhonda Johnson
Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 11:00

"I need to add imaging equipment to my practice to bring in more revenue, but I'm not ready to shell out for brand new equipment -- and I don't want to go into heavy debt. Is leasing an option for used medical equipment?"

We hear this every day from cash-conscious medical equipment buyers who want to examine every option in today's tough business market. We thought it was time to clue you in on leasing as a money-saving strategy for buying used and refurbished diagnostic imaging equipment.


Tough Bone Density Machine - The GE Achilles Video!
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 - 11:00


A customer sent in a GE Achilles portable bone density ultrasonometer to us in bad shape - the machine hadn't been maintained properly, and at some point had been dropped. It was pretty banged up. But these popular peripheral bone densitometers are tough.

After a few hours of TLC, top-notch service, and careful testing, this serviceable road warrior was working perfectly and ready to get back on the road. 


Important Records to Keep with your Medical Equipment
Friday, August 28, 2015 - 01:40

Don't Lose that FDA Form!

Important Records to Keep with your Medical Equipment

Rhonda Johnson
Thursday, August 27, 2015 - 11:00

Don't Lose that FDA Form!

We get calls every week from past and current customers in a panic over paperwork. A Department of Health inspector has dropped in, and wants to see a copies of the 2579 form for the c-arm and the bone densitometer. A state Department of Revenue auditor is asking who paid the sales tax on the refurbished CT scanner the facility leased three years ago. Or you’ve finally found a serious buyer for the MRI you’re replacing, but before she finalizes the purchase, she wants copies of the software license codes, user passwords, and operator manuals.