Megadyne, a manufacturer of electrosurgical devices and OpenMarkets supplier, was recently named “Best Electrosurgical Device Manufacturer” in Corporate Vision Magazine’s 2016 Mid-Market Achievement Awards

“We’re proud to recognize Megadyne’s achievements and we’re honored to have them in the OpenMarkets community,” said Trevor Wood, SVP at OpenMarkets.  “We know that providers are looking for the highest quality equipment when making capital purchases, and this is further evidence that Megadyne is continuing to build innovative and exceptional healthcare products.”

Megadyne joined OpenMarkets in mid-2016.  They offer a variety of electrosurgical devices, and are known as an authority for their non-stick electrosurgical electrodes.  Understanding that technology in healthcare is ever-evolving and improving, Megadyne places great emphasis on the research and development of their electrosurgical products, including the E-Z Clean® line of non-stick electrosurgical tips, the E-Z Pen™ Electrosurgical Pencil, the Mega Power® Electrosurgical Generator, Resposable Laparoscopic Electrodes with MegaTip® and Indicator Shaft® technology, and the revolutionary reusable Mega Soft® Patient Return Electrode System. 

Corporate Vision Magazine is a publication for business leaders and decision-makers interested in strategy, industry trends, expert opinion, thought leadership, analysis, case studies, and news.  Their awards program provides recognition to the companies their network of industry partners and in-house research regards as best-in-class for performance, innovation, and quality.   This award is a big win for the mid-size Megadyne, who has emerged as a standout performer in the electrosurgical equipment and accessories industry. 

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Tom Derrick

Tom leads a range of core functions for OpenMarkets, including strategic partnerships and marketing. Prior to OpenMarkets, Tom served as a senior communications director for... More about Tom Derrick