An instrument cluster repair is a process that helps doctors and other healthcare workers locate and diagnose various types of health problems and diseases.
It’s a vital part of healthcare, especially for those with a limited number of available tests, and it’s a good thing that we have a growing market for such services.
But the number of such services has also been declining for decades, according to a new report from consulting firm Avalere Health, and we should expect that trend to continue in the coming years.
The report examines a variety of metrics for the industry, including patient satisfaction with their health care, service quality, the overall value of their equipment, and the financial impact of having such equipment.
The results are alarming, and a good way to look at what we’ve learned.