Innovative Endoscopy Components, LLC (IEC) joins the Association of Medical Device Service Organizations (AMDSO) as a new member. "Becoming part of AMDSO will keep IEC on the forefront of good business practices and a valuable member of our medical device/service community". [said IEC Managing Director, Gerald Goigitzer]

Medical Device service and repair continues to be a hot topic of discussion and companies are joining AMDSO to help bring clarity to questions of quality, safety and effectiveness.  AMDSO provides an organized approach to elevate quality of service, repair and education in establishing value metrics and industry indicators.  By means of a clear unified message regarding Independent Service Organizations (ISOs) capabilities, healthcare providers will be able to align their service needs and expectations with supplier proficiencies.

IEC has been an ISO13485/ISO9001 Certified vendor of choice to hundreds of endoscope service facilities and dealers worldwide, for almost 20 years. 

IEC product range and services are constantly growing with international demand. Rapid prototyping, optical assemblies, injection molding, and CNC machined parts are offered just like OEM endoscope and equipment labeling as well as CCD' repair and multilingual repair training and consulting. For more information about IEC go to 

AMDSO is a non-profit trade association representing members who provide service and repair of reusable medical devices. AMDSO is leading efforts to elevate the quality of service, repair and education, while increasing value to health systems and preserving patient safety. 

FDA concludes that evidence indicates many third party independent service providers deliver safe and effective medical devices

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David Anbari, AMDSO Chairman, speaks with Beyond Clean

This week on Beyond Clean we speak with David Anbari, Chief Executive Officer of Mobile Instrument Service and Repair, a national provider of repair and maintenance services for reusable surgical equipment.  David brings a diverse background in industries outside health care to Mobile.  He blends his background in finance, technology, and operations to bring innovative solutions to enable providers to maximize their investment in surgical equipment.  Recently, David has been a vocal advocate for the independent medical service industry including multiple speaking engagements as well as presenting at the FDA’s workshop on the issue.  He serves as chairman of AMDSO (Association of Medical Device Service Organizations) which is a trade association advocating for the right to repair and for strong quality systems for the servicing industry.  Though David did not grow up in health care, he brings a practical business focused perspective to the industry’s challenge
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