We all want reliable, resilient healthcare: a safe patient journey. Healthcare practitioners want this too; like us, they want to invest in long-term strategy, providing healthcare that supports preventative measures and affords to prepare for our future.
Investment of this kind is cost-effective too. Getting it right the first time reduces waste, avoids compromise and promotes safety.
At Bluekit Medical we want everybody to get on board with this idea. With a comprehensive range of medical and surgical procedure packs, drape packs and consumables in the hands of healthcare providers, our products are designed to embed a culture of reliable and resilient healthcare delivery.
In the US today, emphasis is also shifting to prevention. Part of this challenge is proven to depend on the standardization and harmonization of products and practices.
Exporting medical devices to the US presents an array of divergent regulatory requirements, demanding careful navigation to achieve confident compliance. Bluekit products are exposed to FDA approval, increased risk of product liability due to US labeling/ packaging guidelines, and with this, greater costs.
When the standardization and harmonization of regulatory frameworks and product classifications can directly assist in the effective provision of essential goods, it’s only fitting that we find increasingly better methods of denomination, encouraging global interaction and supplementing local knowledge with cohesive systems.
The healthcare demands of the US are much like our own; with similar ambitions we learn from each other and drive forward innovation in life sciences. The US market presents a fantastic opportunity for Bluekit Medical: we value policy that supports best practice and encourages opportunity.