WHAT WE OFFER
In our busy lives it is difficult and expensive to find the time for professional development and networking opportunities that meet the needs of the medical surplus recovery community. The MedSurplus Alliance has created an innovative solution — an open, accessible and affordable alliance of medical surplus recovery stakeholders committed and equipped achieve the same objective:
Ensure that only requested, appropriate and quality medical product products are sent to developing countries and communities in the United States.
Obras Sociales del Santo Hermano Pedro, Antiqua, Guatemala. Anna Tenne Photography
Membership demonstrates your commitment to raising and meeting quality donation standards. MSA affiliation will increase stakeholder confidence and reduce risk for Donors, Recipients, Healthcare Providers, and Community Leaders.
Participate in the MSA’s accessible and transparent community of practice. Regardless of your size or experience, we are here to help you build relationships, collaborate, expand your resources, seek guidance or mentor stakeholders. Start or Join an Ongoing Project Share a Best Practice
Help shape the future of the medical surplus recovery profession.
Members are eligible to join stakeholder working groups, pilot projects, project teams and the MSA Leadership Council.
Capacity building resources for MSROs, Healthcare Providers and Product Donors
and Donation Recipients
. Resources include: Code of Conduct
, Toolkit, Guidance and Resource Library
, Webinars and Conferences
, and Blog and Newsletter
. Member Only Resources.
Designed as a stakeholder capacity building program, the MSA Accreditation Program
offers MSROs an objective and rigorous program assessment to demonstrate adherence to the MedSurplus Alliance Code of Conduct. MSROs that successfully complete the program are certified and authorized to use the MSA Accredited Program logo.