This article details the two most common ways that supervising clinicians and their clients can purchase EEGer Home Use systems. For information on specific pricing, see this article.

Supervising Clinician Purchases the Bundle

In this scenario, the supervising clinician (or their practice) owns the equipment and license. This allows the system to be preconfigured and rented/loaners to clients for the duration of training. When training is completed, the equipment is returned to the supervising clinician for use with another client.

This is a popular method of purchasing Home Use systems as it allows for the cost of the system to be more easily built into the pricing of sessions or equipment rental. In this scenario the supervising clinician (or their practice) own both the software license and the equipment. This means that the client is not charged separately by EEG Store, making the process simpler for the client.

If the supervising clinician already owns some or all of the equipment needed (such as a spare amplifier), they only need to purchase the missing equipment. This further reduces expenses when compared to a home-user purchasing a complete equipment bundle on their own.

As the clinician owns the equipment and license, they can complete the entire purchase process on their own without the home-user being involved. This ensures that the client only provides their payment and shipping information to their supervising clinician. For some clients, this may help to reduce their anxiety about getting started with training. Some clients also prefer the simplicity and privacy that this method offers.

Client (Home-User) Purchases the Bundle

This is a great option for clients who are comfortable interacting with EEG Store directly, as well as users who feel comfortable following configuration instructions on their own without the clinician preconfiguring the system.

In this scenario, the client (home-user) would own both the equipment and the software license. Because the license is home use mode, they must continue working with a supervising clinician to access the software.

Once the home-user has completed their training, they could sell the equipment to the supervising clinician for use with other clients. The home-user may also keep the system themselves for future use if they find another supervising clinician to work with.

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