Medical Sales General Discussion

Medical Device Reps Back in the OR after COVID-19

2 weeks ago

maybe reps will have time to submit mandatory adverse event knee and hip implants

Jack jieafa

Kim Briggs Jieafa

They did not and Stryker still keeps them employed

What's the Strategy in the U.S. for Neovasc's Reducer?

6 months ago

Neovasc (Nasdaq: NVCN) is a medical device company primarily known for Reducer, which is a minimally invasive device that helps treat patients with refractory angina. The device has been approved in Europe

How is COVID-19 Pandemic Affecting Personal Protective Equipment Market?

2 weeks ago

Global personal protective equipment (PPE) market is predicted to reach $112.7 billion by 2030, advancing at a 7.7% CAGR during 2020–2030. The rapidly increasing incidence of coronavirus across the globe is one of the major reasons for the growth of the market. Due to the novel disease, the demand for protective gear from healthcare settings has increased and the awareness regarding the use of this equipment is growing as well.

Amidst the rising tensions regarding the disease, governments of …

Wanted! Medical Sales Reps!

5 months ago

If you are currently selling products into the Pain Management, Orthopedic, Surgical Center, or Chiro space and are looking for additional products to offer your physicians, please let me know!

Medical Capital Solutions purchases personal injury medical receivables from doctors, surgical centers, chiropractors, and hospitals. As you know, personal injury receivables can take years to collect on, so we buy them up front so the physician does not have to wait for payment! We only buy the personal…

Background Check and Driving Record

6 months ago

Do all companies run a DMV check even if giving a car allowance as opposed to a company car?

Mine didn't run a full report because they give a car allowance. If you have a DWI then something will put up when they do a background check. As long as there is no company car a lot of companies will let that slide these days.

Are there still 500k medical device sales jobs out there?

6 months ago

Im on here because I made 500k last year, and just got screwed by my company with their new pay plan. Yes, its possible to make that much, but then they deem all that new business you just brought in theirs, and pay you crumbs to maintain it the following year. The company had a division with a narrow focus on a certain product. I was in the med device business 8 years before joining this company. I wound up being in the right place, at the right time, and through a lot of hard work and persiste…

Diagnostic Imaging Systems Helping in Early Disease Diagnosis across North America

6 months ago

Among the primary reason for the growth of the diagnostic imaging systems domain in North America is the increasing awareness about the early diagnosis of diseases. Through the detection of anomalies in the body, medical imaging systems can help in the early diagnosis of several diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disorders, arthritis, osteomyelitis, pneumonia, and tuberculosis. The federal and state governments are running awareness programs to educate people on the benefits of e…

How do I get into Medical Device Sales?

7 months ago

Is Medical Device sales a dead end these days? I've heard comp is trending lower and pharma reps can make just as much and work half the hours with less stress.

Are you Sandbagging Sales at the End of the Year?

7 months ago

I am dropping orders worth 40% of my monthly quota this week that I've been holding since the last week of December. I will hit my January number by the end of the week and would expect to be at almost 45% of my quarterly number by the end of the month. Sandbagging is the way to go!

Are Tesla’s good cars for sales reps?

9 months ago

A Model S or Model X is flashy. Those cars are $70K new. A Model 3 is $40K and only as flashy as a BMW 3-series or brands like Lexus, Acura, or Infiniti. Cost of ownership is on par with a Camry or Accord, though the upfront is 10-15K more and you'll go through tires unless you're a grandma. If the supercharger network is dense in your coverage area, or you mostly base at one location, you won't have much trouble. The 20-30 min charging time at a supercharger while you grab a cup of coffee …

Medical Equipment Sales

9 months ago

What are your thoughts on Medical Equipment sales like capital equipment versus a traditional disposable medical device job? I'm assuming Medical Equipment sales would be considered capital equipment with a longer sales cycle. I got a call and the money sounds good but I don't know anything about the business. I've only sold surgical devices.

Would appreciate any thoughts.