It is critical for leaders in the medtech space to ensure that nonviable medical devices and equipment are destroyed properly, while focusing on long-term sustainability goals.
When a company does not take action to become more environmentally responsible, it risks losing access to global markets.
The giant leap forward in virtual health is punctuating the need for reliable, clinically accurate technologies to advance how virtual medicine is delivered.
In the medical device world, “sustainability” is more than a buzzword—it’s an economic and social duty.
Having trained biomedical equipment technicians in developing regions can help, but lack of funding is perpetuating a dire situation.
When we understand that profitability is a vital part of the equation, it’s easy to see why Sustainability is a challenge worth embracing. By optimizing an existing design, or redesigning to minimize disposable elements, we can make a significant and positive difference.
Which materials make the most sustainable sense and for what applications? How can we create products that balance function with recycling opportunities? With new materials available and on the horizon, the balance point is shifting toward a place that’s more sustainable.