Protect Patients’ Personal Belongings — And Your Profits
Replacing personal items lost or damaged during patient visits and routine procedures can account for more than $100,000 in lost revenue every year.
By providing our Personal Belongings Case, you can reduce the risk of losing or damaging items such as hearing aids, eyeglasses, dental bridges, and dentures. Our patented personal care accessory cases meet FDA regulations for a sterilized environment and come in disposable one-time use or continued-use options.
Stop apologizing for — and paying to replace — lost or damaged personal belongings, and start enjoying better profits and increased patient satisfaction.
Medical Accessories Solutions provides individuals with a product that is beneficial for personal convenience and safety in hospitals, long-term care facilities, and homes.
Our product is designed with an individual’s personal needs in mind. Medical Accessories Solutions was founded by hardworking individuals with a passion for giving and caring.
Medical Accessories Solutions holds an international patent for the Personal Belongings Case, which is proudly manufactured in and distributed from the USA.
The average first-year savings for an institution that offers the Personal Belongings Case from Medical Accessories Solutions is more than $100,000!
Read more in this Cost Effectiveness Study completed by the LGH Healthcare System.
What Clients Are Saying
“Since we started using the Personal Belongings Case, we have noticed a dramatic decrease in lost items such as hearing aids and glasses and broken items such as dentures. I would recommend this product to all nursing homes. The cost of the case surely outweighs the cost of replacing dentures, hearing aids, and glasses.”
Mary Lou, NHA
“The Personal Belongings Case allows our short- and long-term care patients to manage their own belongings. They feel more comfortable knowing that their watch or hearing aid is in a container next to them, and it provides them one less thing to worry about so they can concentrate on their recovery.”
Nancy K., RN, ADON
“Since our facility began using the Peronsal Belongings Case, we have seen a decrease in the amount of dentures, eyeglasses, and hearing aids that have been broken or lost. I find them to be very affordable and made from quality material. I have found that this case pays for itself by the amount of revenue it saves. The revenue that used to be spent on replacing our residents’ perconal belongings can now be used in other parts of our facility.”
Many Ann C., NHA