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Ticker Symbol Entity Name As Of Date Company Name Followers Employees on Linkedin Link Industry Date Added Date Updated Description Website Specialities Logo HQ.Street HQ.City HQ.State HQ.Country HQ.Postal GICS Sector GICS Industry
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 29th, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 29th, 2020 04:35PM May 29th, 2020 04:35PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 28th, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 28th, 2020 04:43PM May 28th, 2020 04:43PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 27th, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 27th, 2020 03:06PM May 27th, 2020 03:06PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 26th, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 26th, 2020 12:42PM May 26th, 2020 12:42PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 25th, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 25th, 2020 12:27PM May 25th, 2020 12:27PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 24th, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 24th, 2020 05:19PM May 24th, 2020 05:19PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 23rd, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 23rd, 2020 07:32PM May 23rd, 2020 07:32PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 22nd, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 22nd, 2020 06:57PM May 22nd, 2020 06:57PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 21st, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 21st, 2020 04:54PM May 21st, 2020 04:54PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services
private:restoremedicalsolutionsinc. 3796133 May 20th, 2020 12:00AM Restore Medical Solutions 87 3.00 Open Medical Device May 20th, 2020 07:29PM May 20th, 2020 07:29PM There are approximately 6,000 hospitals and 5,000 surgery centers in the United States, performing more than 20 million surgical procedures each year, which require surgical instruments to be arranged and packaged in a container that is sterilized and reused. Historically, there are known challenges that center on the logistical aspects of performing surgery. Many of these issues are focused around the decontamination, inspection and re-assembly process of reusable surgical devices. Inefficient reprocessing of instruments causes surgical delays, case cancellations, surgical site infections, instrument breakage and staffing challenges. These inefficiencies result in patients not being seen and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, health systems are increasingly focused on cost-cutting initiatives. Reducing inefficiency and waste in health care systems enables hospitals to administer more effective care to people who need it most. At Restore™, we have developed 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 reprocessing 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. Open Open Health Care Health Care Equipment & Services

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