At MPE, we are invested in building future leaders, and we are proud to work with our community high schools, technical colleges, and universities to identify students that have a strong desire to take the knowledge they are receiving in the classroom and translate it into real-world, practical experience.
It’s no longer about reactive care and treating a patient with corrective measures once they’re already sick. Instead, preventative care has become paramount.
A decade-long effort on global supply chain optimization and international sourcing to reduce cost, cut inventories, and increase asset utilization have allowed many corporations to deliver a large number of products to users at a relatively lower price with higher revenues.
In addition, medical device OEM’s are increasingly faced with time to market and cost pressures while the overall global demand for healthcare continues to rise.
Another common misstep is that companies too often measure progress by product development milestones instead of market knowledge. The good news is that there are proven strategies and process that can reduce risk and increase potential revenue generation for companies of any size.
These employees are given the ability to test their learned theories and methods in a real working environment.