What you need to know about medical equipment and its sale.

The new year marks the start of the new year and for the first time since the introduction of the Medicare prescription drug program in 1965, the average price of medical equipment has increased over the past decade, according to data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In 2015, the median price of a single medical instrument rose by 8.9%, while the median prices of several other items rose by an average of 4.9%.

The median price for a single device increased by 15.6% from 2015 to 2016, while the average for several items rose 4.6%.

The average price for an individual device rose by 21.1% from 2014 to 2015, while for several other devices it increased by an annual average of about 2.4%.

The increase in the median value of medical instruments reflects a sharp increase in price over the years.

In 2000, the typical price of an instrument was about $500, according the BLS.

By 2015, that had risen to about $800, according data from the Bureau’s Bureau of Economic Analysis.

The average price per unit of medical devices also rose from about $1,400 in 2000 to about the current level of about $2,500.

The average cost of a surgical device, on the other hand, declined slightly over the same period, from $1.6 million in 2000 (now $1 million) to about a $500 million (now about $400 million).

The prices of surgical devices are expected to continue to rise over the next decade.

The median cost of an operating room device rose to about US$2.6 billion in 2016, from about US $1 billion in 2000, according a report by the Hospitality Association of America (HAA).

In 2017, the HAA said it expects to see a 3% to 5% increase in hospital device costs over the coming decade.

For the most part, medical equipment manufacturers have been able to keep up with the demand for their products.

In 2016, the industry had a surplus of about 5.2 million units, according TOBAC.

But, some medical equipment makers are seeing a need to cut back on production in order to stay competitive.

The number of manufacturers of surgical tools and devices decreased by about 12% in 2016 compared to the previous year, according ToBAC, while medical equipment maker Thermo Fisher Scientific lost nearly 14% of its sales in 2016.

Other medical equipment companies are also struggling.

The U.S. medical device industry is in a decline, accordingto data compiled from MEDLINE.

By 2025, the number of new medical devices expected to be manufactured will fall by 9%, according to a report published in the March issue of Health Affairs.

“We’ve had a steady decline in medical device manufacturing over the last 10 years,” said James K. Johnson, chief executive officer of medical device manufacturer MediMed Inc., which operates devices from a number of medical technology companies.

“The big thing we’re seeing right now is that manufacturers are starting to recognize that their ability to innovate is not unlimited.

They’re beginning to recognize this and start to have a plan to innovate.”