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Why Do We Make Medical Devices?

Why Do We Make Medical Devices?

Posted by Circadiance on Jul 8, 2021 11:24:11 AM

Designing and making medical devices can be a challenging way to earn a living. Medtech manufacturers operate in a complex and ever-changing regulatory environment. Complicated reimbursement rules can make payment lengthy, risky and difficult. Medical device design often requires the integration of multiple technical and clinical disciplines. So why do we do it?

We like helping people treat or overcome their health challenges. There is little in life more important than health. It is satisfying to know that each day we help doctors treat patients—sometimes with serious medical conditions—return to good health.

Our staff at Circadiance understands that the company exists to help our customers by solving problems for them. We are passionate about the success of the organization. And we understand the prerequisite for personal success is the success of the company.

We like working with people in the medical device business. From doctors, therapists and nurses, to our coworkers and colleagues in the Medtech space, we are surrounded by smart, caring people who are always thinking of the needs of their patients. No doubt it is a very competitive business, often motivated by profit, but it is gratifying to know that we can do well by doing good.

We like a challenge. We spend so much of our lives at work that it is very satisfying when we achieve our goals. Our staff embraces the company mission and believes it is a worthwhile use of a part of our time on earth.

Our mission is to provide remote patient monitoring technology to home and hospital customers. The growth of remote patient monitoring is driven by the aging population, with an increased incidence of chronic diseases, and the rising number of infants born prematurely. We deploy technology that allows chronic conditions to be diagnosed, monitored, and managed outside of the traditional clinical setting. Our products also improve clinical decision-making at the earliest stage of life—providing reliable, life-saving data for premature newborns. Remote patient monitoring improves the health of patients while lowering the cost of health care for the entire system.

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