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In the Press

August 2022

New book: The Sustainability Scorecard: How to Implement and Profit from Unexpected Solutions

August 17th, 2022|

Using a rigorous, straightforward scorecard as a guide, this book shows business leaders and innovators how to create breakthrough sustainable products and processes that are [...]

July 2022

The American Journal of Gastroenterology: Climate Change and Gastroenterology: Planetary Primum Non Nocere and How Industry Must Help

July 18th, 2022|

Climate change is a global emergency. Increasing awareness has led to policy changes regarding global industry emissions. The healthcare industry carbon footprint is large and [...]

AMDR Comments to FDA; Virtual Public Workshop – Building Medical Device Supply Chain Resilience

July 11th, 2022|

Dear Dr. Beckham: The Association of Medical Device Reprocessors (AMDR) sincerely thanks FDA for including the medical device reprocessing industry as a collaborator in the [...]

Free Workshop: Remanufacturing: A Solution for Business Resilience to Supply Chain Disruption?

July 7th, 2022|

With many businesses affected by disruption to supply chain, it can be argued that now is the perfect time for remanufacturing sceptics to take the [...]

American Journal of Public Health (AJPH): The Public Health Crisis Is Planetary—and Nursing Is Crucial to Addressing It

July 6th, 2022|

. . . Global nursing organizations have called for significant action on climate change and other issues that threaten planetary health. Some organizations are leading [...]

Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency: Government response to consultation on the future regulation of medical devices in the United Kingdom

July 5th, 2022|

67.2 The government response After careful consideration of responses, it remains the government’s intention to proceed with proposals to regulate the re-manufacturing of single-use devices, [...]

The White House: FACT SHEET: Health Sector Leaders Join Biden Administration’s Pledge to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions 50% by 2030

July 2nd, 2022|

Today, the Biden-Harris Administration announced that 61 of the largest U.S. hospital and health sector companies responded to the Administration’s Health Sector Climate Pledge, committing to [...]

HHS: Biden-Harris Administration catalyzes private health sector commitments to reduce climate impacts and protect public health

July 2nd, 2022|

(Washington, D.C.) – Today, the Biden-Harris Administration is announcing how President Biden’s leadership on climate change is catalyzing private health sector commitments to reduce greenhouse gas [...]

Research Gate: A case study of the environmental and economic sustainability of using remanufactured ultrasound catheters

July 1st, 2022|

Climate change has increasingly become the biggest issue of this century. This requires action in all sectors, to try and restore the planet back to [...]

June 2022

Global Green and Healthy Hospitals: Sustainable Procurement Guide – Register now for the virtual launch

June 30th, 2022|

More than 70% of the climate footprint of the health care sector stems from its supply chain and purchasing. Sustainable procurement practices provide an opportunity [...]

Response from AMDR to Request for Information: Current Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Outcomes, Care, and Health Equity

June 19th, 2022|

The Association of Medical Device Reprocessors (AMDR) thanks CMS for the opportunity to comment and appreciates the agency’s attention to addressing the adverse environmental impacts [...]

AAMI ST98: The First Cleaning Validation Standard for Medical Device Manufacturers

June 15th, 2022|

The AAMI technical information report, TIR30:2011/(R)2016, A compendium of processes, materials, test methods, and acceptance criteria for cleaning reusable medical devices, and a proposed, and the 2015 [...]

Becker’s Hospital Review: Hospitals could save $2B by extending the life of ‘single-use’ medical devices, advocacy group says

June 12th, 2022|

American health systems could potentially save $2.3 billion through extending the life of "single-use" medical devices by reprocessing them, according to a May 31 report from the [...]