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Pricing Philosophy


Talking to our customers in the last three years we have heard several clear messages. Firstly training pricing is too high. Pulse Medic core ethos is that of a social enterprise. We agree, prices need to come down — not just initially but over time.

Secondly, calculating costs should not require a PhD, pricing should be flexible, but also easy to understand.

Thirdly, prices should be clear. Pulse Medic has listened to these concerns and has created an approach to pricing that is simple, predictable and cost competitive.

Moore’s Law.

Pulse Medic ethos is working with others with a shared vision as clinicians we can do our part within the community.

“Moore’s law” is the observation that, over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years. Thus decreasing cost and increased services.

Based on that principle our pricing strategy is based. Training, patient education and community spirit should not cost an arm and leg. 

A Commitment to Moore’s Law.

As we grow it is the aim to implement smart technologies in everything we do. This has been well achieved in the last couple of years. With the help of our partners, we aim to continue.

Things should get better with time as we evolve we learn to do things better. Implementing what we have learnt to practice to better patient care. Consistently innovating new methodologies is the Pulse medic way.

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254 Reviews
ILS went really well thank you. Just to give some feedback, Martin the course trainer was brilliant. I have been on ILS courses before and have found the trainers to be a little full on and not really understand care giving and emergencies outside of acute NHS Hospital trusts. Martin understood the skills (and resources available) of nursing staff working in primary care in independent sectors and the situations that they may face.
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Martin was so nice and lovely he was the best