Conferences

MSA Conference


2017 Regional Conferences

Biomedical Equipment Donations, Washington, DC

The conference will provide an opportunity to expand the capacity of all medical donation stakeholders to provide responsible and effective access to medical technologies. 
  • Health Infrastructures Development through improved technology management and biomedical tech support.
  • Innovation and Discovery as we review new services, resources, tools and technology.
  • Promote Best Practices for collaboration and systems building to support medical equipment.
  • Connect and Share the latest news related to regulations, research, practice and advocacy.

Who Should Attend?

  • Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations
  • Medical Equipment Donors
  • Healthcare Systems and Facilities
  • Global Health and Development Organizations
  • Biomedical Product Manufacturers, Suppliers and Support Organizations
  • Professional Associations
  • Biomedical Training Programs
  • Global Health and Development Students
  • Environmental Program Managers and Organizations

Domestic Programs, Washington, DC

Many Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations and their donors provide support to their community year round and in times of crisis.  Join for to learn more about how this programs can expand community awareness. 
  • Health Infrastructures Development through improved technology management and biomedical tech support.
  • Innovation and Discovery as we review new services, resources, tools and technology.
  • Promote Best Practices for collaboration and systems building to support medical equipment.
  • Connect and Share the latest news related to regulations, research, practice and advocacy.

Who Should Attend?

  • Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations
  • Medical Equipment Donors
  • Healthcare Systems and Facilities
  • Global Health and Development Organizations
  • Biomedical Product Manufacturers, Suppliers and Support Organizations
  • Professional Associations
  • Biomedical Training Programs
  • Global Health and Development Students
  • Environmental Program Managers and Organizations

Past Conferences

2014 – Houston, Texas

MMcVeyPakistan Over thirty CEO’s and executive staff of Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations, donors, and academics met at the Hilton Post Oak Hotel in Houston on November 3-4, 2014.
Together, conference participants shipped nearly one thousand 40-foot containers of medical supplies around the world in 2014. Selected Presentations
  • Making the Case for the Alliance: An Overview of Medical Surplus Recovery Practices; Research Findings & Reflection — Bruce Compton, Senior Director, International Outreach, Catholic Health Association
  • Progress Report: 2012 MedSurplus Network Conference to Today — Dorothy Bolettieri, President & CEO, Medical Bridge
  • MedSurplus Alliance Accreditation Program: Pilot Findings — Lori Warrens, Senior Director, Community Solutions, VisionLink, Inc.
  • Plenary Keynote: Making it Real — Catherine Murphy, Former Writer, Mercy Ships Marketing Team
  • Abilene United Way and Global Samaritan, Working to Address Unmet Community Needs — Mary Cooksey, Community Resource Center Director, United Way of Abilene; Esther Kissel, Director of Logistics & Disaster Services, Global Samaritan
  • Harnessing Social Media & Crowd-Funding — Doug Zimmerman, President & CEO, VisionLink, inc
  • Warehouse & Distribution Technology — Philip Parker, Managing Director, Holland Parker, LLC; Ben Ong, Solutions Architech, Holland Parker, LLC
  • Medical Bridges Biomedical Tech Program — Dorothy Bolettieri, President & CEO, Medical Bridges
  • Distance Learning and Teletraining Programs — Veronica Leautard, Director of Beyond Traditional Borders, Rice University

2012 – Atlanta, GA

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