Posts tagged with “_supply”

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Kathryne Young

Five Supply Chain Tips for COVID-19

The world of Supply Chain management changed in the first quarter of 2020. As the coronavirus spreads, and more and more people are affected by COVID-19, supply chains around the world continue to be heavily impacted. This blog shares five supply chain tips for COVID-19.  

Robert Aitken


LumiThera From Prototype to Approved Ophthalmic Medical Device Photobiomodulation (PBM) involves the use of visible or near infrared light (NIR) produced by a laser or a non-coherent light source applied to the tissue of the body to provide beneficial effects in a wide range of disease states. It is widely used in physiotherapy, chiropractic and […]

Mike Camplin

Discover Tectoria 2020: StarFish Medical exhibits

StarFish Medical exhibits at Discover Tectoria 2020, an exposition of more than 75 Greater Victoria tech firms and research agencies at Crystal Garden on Thursday, February 27, 2020, 11am-6pm.  Joshua Coutts  and Nathan Muller will be on hand to discuss careers, projects, and biomedical opportunities at StarFish.. Discover Tectoria is an exposition of more than […]

Mike Camplin

MD&M West 2020: StarFish exhibits

Join StarFish Medical at MD&M West — the world’s largest medical design and manufacturing event,  February 11-13, 2020, in Anaheim, CA. Meet with David Dobson, StarFish VP of Business Development, in booth 804. More Information.


5 Tricks that reduce low volume supplier lead times

Negotiating low volume lead supplier times is not without challenges. Vendors can look at low volume quantities or lower dollar value orders as less priority or of importance to fulfill.  Adding to this challenge, Just In Time (JIT) delivery is often used to meet on demand client sales orders. The pre-planned anticipated lead time in […]

Vanessa Del Castillo Faria

How to extract good value from your medical device supply chain

Manufacturing low volume, high complex medical device products requires sourcing highly customized and expensive parts. This makes it hard to extract good value from your medical device supply chain. While high-volume production enables economies of scale, low volume custom-made production involves fewer parts to absorb product development, tooling and production equipment costs.

Mike Camplin

MD+DI: Are Your Volume-Saving Price Predictions Reasonable?

The March 26, 2019 online edition of MD+DI Components features Are Your Volume-Saving Price Predictions Reasonable? by Starfis Medical Team Lead Mechanical Engineering, Nigel Syrotuck. Subtitled “A brief look at common processes for part production and their approximate cost-savings across low to high volumes“, the article helps demystify the impact of volume on the price […]

Mike Camplin

MPO Mag: When Should You Design Ultrasound Hardware from Scratch?

  The January 29, 2019 online edition of Medical Product Outsourcing (MPO) magazine features When Should You Design Ultrasound Hardware from Scratch? written by Kenneth MacCallum, Principal Engineering Physicist, StarFish Medical. MacCallum notes, “Ultrasound system development includes some of the biggest electronic, digital logic, and software design challenges of all medical devices.” He explains the conundrum faced by […]

Mike Camplin

MD+DI: REACH FAQs for Medical Device Professionals

  REACH FAQs for Medical Device Professionals, a guest article by Nigel Syrotuck is featured in the November 30, 2018 Regulatory and Compliance section of MD+DI online. Subtitled “The EU regulation may have been around for more than a decade, but there is still a lot for medtech to learn”, the article notes: “The hard […]

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