Restore Medical Solutions is developing the patent-pending Restore™ Modular Sterilization Tray System and method, designed to lessen the touch points within the surgical sterilization continuum, thereby increasing the efficiency of a process that occurs hundreds of times per day per facility. By decreasing re-processing time — and surgical delays associated with contamination and assembly errors — hospitals can maximize their throughput. Depending on the facility, this translates into many more patients being seen and millions in new revenue, in addition to enabling hospitals and surgery centers to deliver quality healthcare. Some of the benefits of using an organizational system for your re-processing needs include decreased loss of surgical instrumentation, decreased assembly time, and reduction in sharps-associated accidents. SNNLive caught up with Ryan Ramkhelawan, CEO of Restore Medical Solutions, Inc. at SEMDA 2014 Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Mr. Ramkhelawan begins by saying the company is, “creating a device that allows surgery to perform quicker by having surgical instruments cleaner and back in the field in a more quicker and efficient manner. And so what we did is created a training system and a process that allows the hospitals to lower their touch points associated with re-processing instruments.” He adds that it is not only money that is being saved by hospitals, but also “the main reason is that it improves quality. So when you have quality instruments come into your facility, you don’t have to worry so much about contaminated instruments delaying surgery. So most of it is a play on quality and also lessening the delays associated with instruments.”
Looking forward to the next few years, Restore Medical Solutions is “looking at increasing our sales team, we’re going to be entering the European market, and so that’s going to be a significant play on maybe distribution [as well as] boots on the ground. On top of that, we already have a corporate office, but we need some more support at this point.” He then goes on to discuss how they get their product to be used in their hospital. He explains that “what we typically do is assess their department to help understand their operations and where we can be helpful. Every hospital is slightly different although the process is fairly much the same. And so we first come and determine if we are able to really help them and 99% of the time we can. What we do is a full assessment and then provide them with a report showing how we really can change their practice.” For more information about Restore Medical Solutions, Inc., check out their website at http://www.restore-med.com/.
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