Infection Control and PPE Gets Personal

Posted on: September 15, 2020 2:08 pm

Author: Kathy Beard, Manager of Surgical Products & Sales Education How do we focus on Infection Control and PPE without losing the personal element?   We now realize that this Covid-19 pandemic is a way of life, at least for a while. Those workers who are public-facing must decide on how best to protect themselves. […]

Struggling to launch a new medical device with 1099 Sales Reps?

Posted on: August 19, 2020 2:42 pm

Progressive Medical, Inc. is a Nationwide Medical Device Distributor Specializing in Sales, Clinical Support, Marketing and Contracting of Surgery and Infusion Technologies for over 34 years. If you are struggling to launch a new medical device with 1099 Sales Reps, perhaps we can help. Author: Tony Allen, Vice President of Sales & Marketing “I am […]

Face Masks, Face Shields and Society

Posted on: July 22, 2020 11:37 am

Author: John Gomes, Chief Commercial Officer THE NEW ANTI-SOCIAL SOCIAL SOCIETY   Face shields in a socially distant social society, an experience working through COVID-19. We have all been witnessing a sudden and abrupt shift in how we socialize in a 2020 society. Work, play, school, and other social settings have taken on sudden new […]

The Infusion Pumps that are Expanding Hospital Capacity in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on: April 9, 2020 3:36 pm

Author: Bill Calhoun, Jr., RPh, Clinical Affairs Manager The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape and created a new “normal” for us all. This virus has sickened people worldwide. The United States is leading all countries with confirmed cases, and reliable information is available from websites such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention […]

3 Reasons Why You Need an Infusion Port Manifold Versatile Enough to Reduce Costs…

Posted on: March 27, 2020 8:37 am

Author: Daniel P. Williams, Product Manager, IV Infusion Nursing Costs Reducing soft costs can greatly improve operational efficiency in any department. The repeated effort of building and rebuilding gangs of stopcocks on secondary line assemblies takes valuable time away from nurses. Nurses know that the use of stopcocks on secondary lines brings a certain risk […]

Remote Medication Infusion and Improved Outcomes, Reduced Cost and Happier Patients.

Posted on: March 12, 2020 8:31 am

Author: Anna Cunningham, Pharm.D., Clinical Affairs Director There are many diseases and illnesses that require treatment using medication infusions, or drugs given through a catheter or needle. When oral medication options are unavailable or ineffective, but a costly hospital admission is unwarranted, home infusion is a cost-effective, safe, and patient preferred treatment option. Prior to […]