The MSA Code of Conduct and Accreditation,
combined with operational expertise,
is improving medical donation quality
and inspiring cross-sector stakeholder-led initiatives.
Newest Initiative - Kits4Life
Greg Folz, then the Administrative Director Research Institute of Deaconess Clinic and life sciences industry leader, created the Kits4Life initiative in response to clinical research staff concerns about destroying lab supplies' environmental impact.
The kits4life initiative, managed by The Task Force’s MedSurplus Alliance (MSA), brings together pharmaceutical companies, research facilities, and medical supply recovery organizations for an innovative donation program to provides the necessary resources under-stocked health facilities.
The initiative attracts numerous industry stakeholders, including the Society of Clinical Research Sites, IQVIA, Janssen, UST Global, Eli Lilly, Bayer, Sanofi-US, Sanofi Espoir, and the Foundation.