Demographic changes and advances in medical technology are leading to an increasing pressure on resources. Hospitals and clinics are under severe financial pressure. Under these circumstances, the goals of sustainability, economic efficiency and safety are erroneously believed to be incompatible.
Medical remanufacturing resolves the conflict between sustainability, profitability and safety. There are no additional costs involved; in fact, medical remanufacturing can lead to cost savings of up to 50 per cent. Medical remanufacturing extends financial reach so that hospitals and clinics can operate in a more economically and environmentally sustainable manner. It also ensures that innovative treatment options will be available to more patients in the future.
Opt for remanufactured devices over new products. Our circular economy model keeps resource consumption low and brings about cost savings. These advantages directly benefit hospitals and clinics we work with, helping them to meet the demands of society for greater resilience and more sustainability in the healthcare system – while also reducing costs.