Try out the Qualiteam products for free!

January 29, 2014


Qualiteam now offers the "Try it, you’ll like it” promotion - a 5 unit clinical trial free of cost for the hospital. 
 

Hospitals have the chance to try our postoperative supports for FREE by simply filling out an evaluation questionnaire.

The questionnaire consists of one set of questions for the health care staff and another set for the patient. 
There is also the possibility to write additional comments should you wish to.

  

Try any of these postoperative care products, or a combination, at your hospital for FREE.

 

How can your hospital get these free products ? It's simple.

  1. Contact us at info@qualiteam.com and let us know you are interested in trying our products
  2. Let us know which hospital you are from and we will put you in contact with our local representative
  3. Our authorised representative will explain the details and set you up with 5 products of your choice between QualiBreath, QualiBra Advanced, QualiBra and/or QualiBelly Advanced
  4. You will receive the products together with 2 short questionnaires for each product (one for the patient and one for the staff)
When the trial has been done we simply request that the completed questionnaires be handed back to our sales representative.
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