Guest Post – Michael Benko, Co-Owner of Green Leaf Medical Solutions, LLC.
In this article, Mr. Benko explains that their company recognized that the options for traditional isolation gowns had not evolved much in the last few hundred years. So, applying their HCP insider knowledge and experience, they designed and developed an entirely new approach to the design of isolation gowns – by HCPs for HCPs.
Here he tells us why this needed to be done and how they have approached the use and design they arrived at.
Building a More Sustainable PPE Supply Chain – Conclusion
by Carl Feinberg
This article is the 6th and final chapter of our Business Insights Series addressing a permanent fix to the persistent PPE shortages. In this article, Carl Feinberg, CEO of Critica PPE brings us full circle to provide us with his closing thoughts on what changes we must make to how we do business in order to begin to build a permanent solution to our PPE supply crisis.
Building a More Sustainable PPE Supply Chain
by Merle Silver
In the 5th of our Business Insights Series, Merle Silver, COO of Critica PPE follows on the understandings gained in the last article. From a full and robust definition of the problem and its sources, we can now move on to beginning to define a permanent solution to our PPE supply crisis.
“Solution”: Nick Youngson – Alpha Stock Images
A Solution Starts by Fully Defining the Problem
by Carl Feinberg
To arrive at any solution to this PPE shortage, we need to clearly understand the roots of the problem. We need to know the direct causes and systemic weaknesses that allow these shortages to persist. Then, and only then, can we begin to build towards a permanent solution.
by Carl Feinberg
In this, the third installment in our “Critica PPE Business Insights Series”, Carl Feinberg, CEO of Critica PPE, looks at the critical issues surrounding the current PPE supply shortages across the U.S. and brings forward some innovative thinking on how we can begin to build a permanent solution to this crisis.
More Than Just a Global Health Care Crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic has done far more than inflict a health crisis on the world. Its enormous ripple effects will reverberate for years to come. And it has created a crisis of confidence in our domestic PPE supply chain.
By Carl Feinberg, CEO CriticaPPE
If nothing else, the COVID-19 crisis has made us all realize the way we did business before is no longer a formula for success. In fact, it is no way for a nation, an economy, or business to survive, let alone prosper. But with crisis comes opportunity.
April 19, 2021
Critica PPE today announces an agreement with New York manufacturer, BluEdge to represent their line of individual student desk barriers that are made in America under the Clear View brand, According to Merle Silver, Critica PPE COO, “this product comes at a critical time for schools struggling with efforts to reopen and safely stay open.”
April 8, 2021
Critica PPE announced the launch of a specialized web resource for schools working to either reopen or remain open to in-person learning. This new online center brings together in one, simple easy to use web resource, the most current information, official guidances and authoritative advisories.
March 26, 2021Critica PPE announced an agreement to represent American manufactured, EPA approved Germicidal, Disinfecting, and Antibacterial wipes from the Simpli Brand Company of El Paso, Texas. For Critica PPE this successfully adds yet another domestic manufacturer to their impressive lineup of American PPE manufacturers.
March 16, 2021Adding yet another domestic PPE manufacturer to their increasing lineup, Critica PPE announced that DigiTHERM° will be joining their growing line of domestic, US manufactured products. This agreement provides that Critica PPE will be able to market and sell the complete line of DigiTHERM° gateway and Public Safety Management Systems products throughout the US.
March 11, 2021
Critica PPE announced a new addition to their growing line of domestically manufactured PPE products. They have arrived at a new agreement with Patriot Medical Devices of Cape Girardeau, Missouri for the exclusive rights to their Platinum Disposable 3-Ply Face Masks.
January 22, 2021
Critica PPE announced a new addition to their growing line of domestically manufactured PPE products. Starting immediately Critica PPE will market and sell the new Disposable N95 Protective Respirators manufactured by Protective Health Gear. This new product is now available for sale and distribution throughout the US. from the manufacturer’s Paterson, New Jersey location.
January 18, 2021
Early today, Critica PPE announced a new addition to their growing line of domestic, US manufactured PPE products – Disposable, Clear, Protective Face Shields. Starting immediately Critica PPE will be able to make this new product available for sale and distribution.
Executives In the News . . .
The International Institute for Advanced Study announced the Endowment in perpetuity of the Cross-Disciplinary Program in Innovation at the Institute for Advanced Study by Carl P. Feinberg, CEO of Critica PPE in physics, mathematics, and beyond to unlock new and fascinating truths about the natural world to create a supercharged coalition of scholars that will expand the Institute’s capacity to advance understanding of the universe and breakthrough to new planes of knowledge.
December 17, 2020
In a joint announcement, Critica PPE and Green Leaf Medical Solutions announced the launch of a strategic partnership between the two companies. According to Carl Feinberg, CEO of Critica PPE “this agreement represents one more step towards creating a secure, reliable and resilient PPE supply chain for essential domestic requirements.”
Covid-19 Broke the PPE Supply Chain, But We Intend to Fix It
Miami, FL, October 14, 2020 — Critica PPE today announced the launch of a purpose-built sales and marketing service expressly designed for U.S. manufacturers of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). In his formal remarks to the press, CEO Carl Feinberg said “the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how fragile and inadequate the PPE supply chains in the US are, with even health care professionals and first responders experiencing desperate shortages of critically needed masks and gowns.
Critica PPE is pleased to announce the appointment of Blake Quinlan as Senior Account Executive. Based in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Blake will be the first point of contact to service the critical PPE supply needs of enterprise and institutional organizations across the US for Critica PPE.