AMDR Launches Spring 2019 Newsletter!

AMDR Launches Spring 2019 Newsletter!

Check out our Spring newsletter which includes the most important stories throughout this past quarter.

Below are a few highlights;

NEScientific Inc. and ReNu Medical, Inc. Join AMDR 
April 4, 2019
AMDR, the global trade association representing the interests of the professional medical device reprocessing industry, is proud to announce the addition of NEScientific, Inc. and ReNu Medical, Inc. to its membership roster.  By participating in AMDR, member companies demonstrate a collaborative commitment to elevate the standards, promote education and expand reprocessing services to bring increased value to hospitals without sacrificing care quality.  The growth in AMDR’s membership base is indicative of the significant growth the reprocessing industry has experienced due to the cost-savings potential reprocessing delivers to hospitals and surgical centers. 
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Maximize the Value of Your SUD Reprocessing Program

March 20th, 2019
IT’S NO SECRET that supply chain costs are health care facilities’ second largest expense. Many supply chain professionals help their organizations mitigate those expenses by implementing […]

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Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology: Remanufactured Circular Mapping Catheters: Safety, Effectiveness and Cost
February 28th, 2019
More peer reviewed research out of Europe confirming the safety, effectiveness and cost savings with remanufactured cardiac electrophysiology catheters.  The 26 December 2018 Journal of Interventional […]
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Portuguese Journal of Public Health: Reprocessing of Single-Use Medical Devices: Clinical and Financial Results
February 13th, 2019
New peer reviewed research published by the Portuguese Journal of Public Health confirms “excellent results regarding clinical efficacy and cost reduction” by using “certified reprocessed single use medical devices.”  This research, as noted, confirms […]
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