Finalist 2014 most Innovative product - General Hospital Devices Category
LOS ANGELES, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- UBM Canon and Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry (MD+DI) are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2014 Medical Design Excellence Awards (MDEA), the Medtech Industry's Premier Design Competition. MD+DI's April issue features the 54 cutting-edge finalist products and companies. Winning products will be announced at the 2014 MDEA Ceremony on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. The ceremony will be held in conjunction with the MD&M East event at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, June 10-12.
The MDEA Program recognizes the achievements of medical device manufacturers, their suppliers, and the many people behind the scenes--engineers, scientists, designers, and clinicians--who are responsible for the groundbreaking innovations that are saving lives; improving patient healthcare; and transforming medtech worldwide--one innovation at a time.
Entries are evaluated by an impartial panel of medtech experts. Unlike other design competitions, the MDEA Jury is comprised of a mix of practicing doctors, nurses, and technicians alongside industrial designers, engineers, manufacturers, and human factors experts. MDEA finalist and winning entries must excel in areas of design and engineering excellence; manufacturing and technological innovation; clinical efficacy; cost-effectiveness; as well as overall benefits to patients, end-users, and the healthcare industry.
The 2014 MDEA Juror Panel selected 54 exceptional finalists in 11 medical technology product categories.
2014 MDEA FINALIST Products and Manufacturers (alphabetical by category):
Visit the MDEA Finalist listing on MD+DI to see detailed product descriptions, images, and company credits for the manufacturer and submitter companies being recognized, as well as the supplier and designer companies who worked with them to develop these award winning innovations.
Sounds like a last desperate attempt to salvage this company. A good product but as is usually
the case in these small companies management is more interested in milking the company
before it ever can bring the product to market.