MD Buyline Provides Clinical Insight into the FDA Medical Device Recall Report

Healthcare providers can access MD Buyline’s complimentary article about medical device recalls.

DALLAS, TX — April 24, 2014 — On March 21, 2014, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a report of medical device recalls from 2003 to 2012. MD Buyline has reviewed the full report and developed an article that highlights five clinical insights from MD Buyline’s experts.

Download the complimentary article Five Clinical Insights into the FDA Medical Device Recall Report.

MD Buyline recognizes the need for healthcare providers to resolve recalls quickly and efficiently, especially Class I recalls that have the possibility of causing serious adverse health consequences or death. According the FDA report, medical device recalls have nearly doubled. Keeping track of recalls is a difficult and complex issue.

As an advocate for healthcare providers, MD Buyline understands the risks and exposure hospitals and their patients face. Healthcare providers turn to Buyline Recall Tracker to improve patient safety and mitigate recall risks. Buyline Recall Tracker is an automated, personalized and reliable recall management solution that helps hospitals comply with The Joint Commission and the FDA by providing an online platform for identifying and resolving affected products.

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