AMDR is proud to announce that Dan Vukelich has been selected to speak on medical device reprocessing at the 2018 CleanMed Europe meeting in Nijmegen, Netherlands. His presentation, Lowering Your Hospital’s Environmental Footprint with Remanufacturing of Single-Use Medical Devices, will be on Thursday 11/10/2018 from 10:30-12:00. He is co-presenting with colleagues Jodi Sherman of Yale-New Haven Hospital who will address Reusable v disposable devices: Balancing infection control and pollution prevention and Henrik Grüttner of University of Southern Denmark who will address Environmental impacts of reuse versus single use.
CleanMed Europe is Europe’s leading conference on sustainable healthcare. The conference addresses the environmental impact of the healthcare sector on a local, regional, and global level and is organised by Health Care Without Harm Europe.
The conference showcases cutting-edge practices in sustainable healthcare and is the ideal venue for healthcare innovators to gather and share ideas, finding new ways to inspire their organisations and communities.
CleanMed Europe provides the optimal platform to hear about the latest industry trends, discuss diverse topics, and network with international thought-leaders.
AMDR is the global trade association consisting of members of the commercial single-use device reprocessing and remanufacturing industry. AMDR represents regulated, commercial reprocessing, promotes reprocessing as an important healthcare strategy that helps hospitals and healthcare providers increase quality, reduce costs and improve patient care, and protects the interests of its members in regulation, legislation and standard-setting world-wide.
AMDR’s mission is to protect the trade interests of the global commercial reprocessing industry and promote reprocessing as a healthcare strategy that increases quality, reduces costs and improves patient care.