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Physicians Highlight Potential of Radiopharmaceuticals in Oncology

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Nanox Signs Agreement to Deploy 630 Units in Mexico

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iMed Biomedical Achieves ISO Certifications

iMed Biomedical Inc. (iMed) has announced its ISO 9001:2015 and 13485:2016 certification. As part of the ISO certification process, iMed Biomedical engaged in a rigorous audit of its product and service quality requirements.

The FDA conducted market research on third-party service organizations in the equipment repair industry. They concluded that there is not enough information to determine if non-OEM organizations would negatively or positively impact patient safety or quality of care. Lastly, they recommended these companies obtain an ISO certification to improve consistency of services and reduce liability. Becoming dual certified, showcases iMed’s dedication to the quality of the services and products we provide.

What does this mean moving forward?

“We continue implementing the ISO standard and keep looking for ways to improve. As a team, we will constantly look for opportunities to build and support the industry with products that are dependable yet coupled with innovation and creativity,” a press release from iMed states.



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