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Welcome to Dexa Solutions! Your Bone Densitometry Service Specialists

Why Choose Dexa Solutions?

 Areas of Expertise:

  • DEXA Service Repair
  • DEXA Preventative Maintenance
  • DEXA Applications Training
  • DEXA System Relocation
  • DEXA Installation
  • DEXA Deinstallation/System Removal
  • DEXA Consultation

How to Choose The Right Dexa Equipment & Systems Service Provider

Customer Care Demonstrated Professionalism and Trust
Just what working experience does the vendors Field Support Technical engineers (FSE) have with DEXA machine service? Reaction time - Opening the lines of communication should be a DEXA equipment service vendors' foremost goal. Follow-up - Look for your DEXA technology service vendor to follow-up on you right after service has been carried out..  
Industry Proficiency
Ask detailed questions to ascertain knowledge. Questions such as; What are the Food and drug administration prerequisites for relocating DEXA systems? Exactly what does a 2 day software training entail? What is the distinction between my own Bone Densitometer and the most up to date machines?  It is important to use a Field Service Professional that is an expert in DEXA equipment service. Otherwise, the fees can drastically increase by using a Jack-of-all trades, master of none; FSE. Resourceful - A vendor that is resourceful is likely to help your office to make the best decisions possible. This will generally mean presenting a variety of solutions to you.
There are a variety of compliance issues when working with Bone Densitometers since they produce ionizing radiation. Make sure that your DEXA equipment service vendor is safeguarding your interests by complying with all state and government regulatory agencies.
Try to look for a DEXA equipment service vendor that offers you a variety of fees based on several different solutions. Understand that in today's current marketplace the standards have changed (i.e. more expensive does not always mean better, and less expensive doesn't necessarily mean you're compromising quality)