Janet Bristeir is the CEO of Canadian Best Practice Quality Audits Inc. Her company works with a number of facilities to ensure that the processes needed to produce clean and sterile equipment are carried out to the highest quality standards. Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Janet works closely with the BC Ministry of Health to help spread these important standards for medical tourism.
Janet received her training as a Registered Nurse in England, where she specialized in operating room nursing and the reprocessing of surgical instruments and devices. In Canada, she studied quality assurance as part of her Health Record Administrator training. The decades of clinical experience qualify and allow Janet to bring a wealth of knowledge to patient safety and quality assurance projects. Tune into this episode to hear about all the amazing things Janet is doing for medical tourism.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- How the high-quality standards are being applied to facilities across the world
- Why a third of the world follows Canadian standards
- The services Canadian Best Practice Quality Audits Inc. offers and why it’s important for medical tourism
- The three questions YOU should ask a facility about their safety standards and certification
- Canadian Best Practice Quality Audits Inc.
- Email Janet – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Medical Tourism Magazine and Janet’s Featured Article
- Simon Fraser Medical Tourism Research Group
- Medical Tourism Costa Rica
- Patients Beyond Boarders by Josef Woodman
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
Today’s very cool medical onwards breakthrough is a low-cost 3D printed hand that is helping a man named Jose Delgado, with his daily needs. Jose was born without most of his left. A company named 3D Universe has given Jose a $50 3D prosthetic hand which Jose says is much better than his $24K myoelectric prosthesis. Definitely an amazing Breakthrough!
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.