Effective Sustaining Engineering Practices Extend the Life & Compliance of Deployed Medical Devices According to New White Paper from RTEmd

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Sustaining engineering (often referred to as Current Product Engineering) should extend the effective life and revenue of legacy medical products while adding value for the end user. Effective device strategies include sustaining engineering as part of their commercialization process to deliver innovation to their clients and more profitable results to their stakeholders.

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Proper life-cycle planning and sustaining engineering practices enable medical device makers to deliver more innovative products and reduce compliance risks according to a new white paper released by RTEmd. This white paper examines how sustaining effective engineering practices can extend the life and value of deployed medical products while delivering innovation to users.

“New regulations, connectivity requirements and obsolescence issues are placing increasing emphasis on sustaining engineering,” according to Bob Ruppenthal, RTEmd President. “Having a dedicated team maintain deployed products helps to assure compliance and deliver innovation to patients, while providing profitable results to shareholders,”

The white paper is immediately available through the RTEmd home page, http://www.rtemd.com, or by contacting RTEmd at 585.383.1290.

About RTEmd

RTEmd enables medical device manufacturers to reduce time-to-market, improve compliance and extend the life of their products. With over 30 years’ experience, RTEmd provides new product development, sustaining engineering and quality/regulatory outsourcing services. The company provides custom software design, development and quality assurance for complex medical equipment. For more information visit http://www.rtemd.com.

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