Reprocessing Identified as Best Clinical Practice

After ten years of clinical history and an outstanding patient safety record, reprocessing has been identified as a best clinical practice. It has also become a key component of most healthcare providers’ sustainability programs, allowing for stabilization of variable device costs while reducing medical device waste.

The following organizations have recently designated reprocessing as a Best Clinical Practice:

What is a Best Clinical Practice?

Basic criteria for designation as a best clinical practice includes:

  • Preserving quality patient care through safe and effective devices
  • Reducing or eliminating unnecessary costs; and
  • Protecting the environment.

Reprocessing, or remanufacturing “single-use” devices represents a comprehensive and significant opportunity to effectively support quality patient care, reduce supply chain costs and eliminate waste.

More information on Reprocessing as a Best Clinical Practice:

Best Clinical Practice Background

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