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Changes to the MedTech Industry and Importance of Quality

Changes to the MedTech Industry and Importance of Quality

Transformation of MedTech

No matter your political opinion of the changes underway in the MedTech industry, one thing is clear: just as it already has, change is gonna come.

Many industry analysts point to new business models, increased innovation and a more holistic view of the medical ecosystem as the way forward.

In truth, isn’t that just good business?

After all, who wants to invest in, work for, partner with, or buy from, a company that doesn’t include empathy and advocacy for its end customers as a key driver of its value proposition?

We figure our customers are already doing some pretty amazing things for the business communities they serve.

In the case of our Medical customers, it’s possible that they’re already a step ahead of their competition given that it’s quite clear that they view these ‘business communities’ at their most elemental…the individuals whose lives are ultimately enriched and bettered. We’re proud to have partners like this.

It’s also clear that our Medical customers are strategists and innovators, always looking for new ways forward. It only follows that, in order to keep offering the best services to our customers and their end customers, EMS providers like Creation also need to keep pushing the envelope.

For our Medical partners, we believe this means offering solutions specifically focused on reducing R&D costs and time-to-market:

  • Expert full-product design and integrated manufacturing specifically for Medical Devices
  • Lean practices and leadership
  • Ready access to real-time data through a customer portal
  • Premium quality and technical expertise

 

Having FDA-registered business units, our most recent in our manufacturing locations in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Lexington, Kentucky, for example, is one of the ways Creation is enabling our customers to move forward quickly and confidently.

As the MedTech industry continues to evolve, perhaps one of the most important characteristics an EMS provider can have is a customer-focused approach that mirrors the customer-focused approach that drives the Medical industry.

For Creation, this means taking an interest in, and having an understanding of, the industry drivers that help our customers anticipate requirements and capitalize on opportunity.

So, what drives your own value proposition?

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