It is our position as patient advocates to attenuate affected person cost and maximize patient profit when introducing new techniques, devices or implants. Technology in its broadest sense is now more essential than ever within the practice of surgical procedure in Canada. This page provides a brief abstract describing a few of the new technologies that it has received and reviewed, and for which FSIS has had “no objection” to make use of in FSIS institutions. When using a new technology would not be possible without a change in the Agency’s regulation, the Agency could waive the regulation and announce its intent to institute rulemaking to amend its regulation to offer for the new technology.
It must be remembered that not all new technology is profitable, and that the acquisition of latest information or expertise could sometimes carry with it a marked improve in efficiency error. We also must do …read more >