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Human Factors and Quality Testing for Device Reprocessing

December 12, 2020

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This 60-minute webinar will feature Jahan Azizi, Special Projects Manager at Healthmark Industries. Join Jahan as he discusses the best practices for testing defective equipment and instruments that can’t be easily visually inspected. Find out how to ensure your Leak Tester is working properly, and that electro-surgery equipment has proper insulation and continuity.

About the Presenter: Jahan Azizi, Special Projects Manager at Healthmark Industries, has spent 30 years in healthcare settings investigating and reporting problems with medical devices. His focus has always been on fixing and correcting, then moving on to the next. Jahan has written numberless safety reports, internal reports, presentations, and hospital policies. He has published the findings from his work, better to reach those in industries and in regulatory agencies that can affect positive changes in medical device design, maintenance, and control. Jahan has spent several years on the issue of validating and optimizing surgical instrument reprocessing methods, which has provided him with a unique skill set and knowledge. He was invited to make presentations at the FDA and industry professionals symposia of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), the American Society for Testing of Materials (ASTM), the FDA’s MedSun, IAHCSMM and local societies, and recently to the State of Michigan Health Facilities Evaluation Section.

OR Today would like to thank our sponsor Healthmark! Since 1969, Healthmark Industries Company, Inc. has developed and marketed innovative solutions to aid healthcare facilities in their delivery of surgical instruments and other lifesaving medical devices to patients. Healthmark Industries mission is to continue to innovate, continue to support and continue to serve the healthcare provider industry and support services that make it possible to deliver quality healthcare. Visit www.hmark.com for more information.

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