Sterling Adds Steve Hartman to Management Team

Author: Dan Sterling | Date: October 26, 2012

Bringing Over 15 Years of Medical Device Development Experience To Further Enhance the Client Experience

ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. — Sterling Medical Devices, specializing in the development and testing of state-of-the-art medical devices, announces that Steve Hartman has joined the company as Program Manager. Mr. Hartman brings with him over fifteen years of medical device experience as an engineer and senior manager. His background will enhance Sterling’s longstanding commitment to taking an intelligent, comprehensive and efficient approach to medical device development.

Mr. Hartman has successfully launched numerous medical devices in the radiology field, including contrast infusion systems, impedance monitoring devices, Hospital Database Informatics Systems, and Software Connectivity Solutions. Mr. Hartman has a broad knowledge of Regulatory Compliance with respect to the FDA and CE. He also possesses an extensive expertise of Quality System management, project management through Agile techniques, and lean manufacturing processes. Additionally, Mr. Hartman currently holds three patents from the US Patent Office in the field of medical device technology.

President of Sterling, Daniel Sterling stated, “We are thrilled to announce Steve as the newest member of our management team. His expertise in medical device development, ranging from concept prototyping to cost optimization of a finished device, will provide our clients the tools needed to reduce risk, better manage costs, and stay on schedule to bring their products to market.” Mr. Sterling continues, “Steve Hartman is important to the next phase of Sterling’s growth.”

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