Doctors and hospitals in many parts of the world are unable to carry out their work because of the lack of medical equipment, while in the world’s rich countries, particularly the United States, perfectly good medical supplies that have never been used are discarded after medical procedures. For the past 13 years, William Rosenblatt has been leading a revolution to bridge this gap.
cost, in US dollars, of the clean, unused medical supplies that U.S. hospitals discard every year
tonnes of supplies collected by the pilot project
American hospitals that have established their own supply-recovery programmes based on REMEDY procedures
countries receiving supplies from REMEDY recovery programmes