The healthcare industry is one of the largest in the world and is expected to continue growing well into the future. However, the modern medical landscape would not be where it is today without the rapid progression and innovation of medical technology (also commonly known as ‘MedTech’).
Thanks to technological innovation and advances in medical equipment and services, the healthcare sector is accurately diagnosing and treating more conditions than ever before — contributing to significant improvements in quality of care for patients. Through capabilities in automation and connected IoT (Internet of Things) devices, medical technology is also helping to ease the burden on the healthcare sector and improve remote communication between doctors and patients.
Strict quality standards
In an industry such as healthcare, where performance and reliability are critical, you need an electronics manufacturing services provider you can count on to deliver a quality product. Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are the backbone of any electronic medical equipment, where 1oC or 1cm in error could be the difference between life or death.
EC Electronics is proud to have worked in the healthcare sector for over 20 years, helping to bring a range of medical devices to fruition — from drug infusion pumps and cleaning storage facilities for endoscopy treatment to cooling caps for patients having chemotherapy.
As can be expected, PCBs and other electronic components or products used in the healthcare field are held to stricter quality standards than for alternate applications. We continually innovate and seek to improve patient care by delivering quality and cost-effective electronics manufacturing services, and we are fully focused on the stringent regulatory compliance demanded by the healthcare industry.
Our customers in this sector have come to rely on our expertise, knowledge and meticulous quality control processes, and we always strive to support their projects — whether it be a PCB assembly or complete product realisation project — throughout their lifecycle.