AccuVein, Inc., the global leader in vein illumination, has been named one of the best places to work by MedReps in their 2016 Best Places to Work in Medical Sales Awards.
AccuVein was voted the best place to work in the small company category, a new area of recognition for the MedReps Awards and one in which there were many contenders, with 5,200 small medical device companies in the United States. In the survey, which polled 1,400 medical sales professionals, participants said they prefer to work for growth companies like AccuVein.
AccuVein’s flagship product, the AV400, helps healthcare professionals locate veins by displaying a map of the patient’s vasculature directly on the surface of the skin. Locating peripheral vasculature is invaluable in many medical procedures that require vein access or avoidance. Accessing a vein for IV starts, blood draw and sclerotherapy procedures, as well as avoiding veins in surgery and cosmetic procedures, are all important applications of the device.
“In just a few years vein visualization has become standard of care, and AccuVein is the clear market leader,” said Mike Munzer, V.P. of Channel Management at AccuVein. “As AccuVein helps deliver this standard, our people and culture remain critical to our success. Being recognized by MedReps.com members as the best medical device company to work for in the small company category further reinforces our commitment to sales professionals who want to make an impact in the market.”
For information about the 5th Annual MedReps Best Places to Work in Medical Sales Awards and a complete list of 2016 winners, visit MedReps.com/.
About AccuVein, Inc.
AccuVein, Inc. (accuvein.com) is the global leader in vein visualization technology. AccuVein’s flagship product, the AV400, is the world’s only hand-held, non-contact vein illumination solution. The device has won numerous awards including the prestigious Prism Award for Photonics Innovation. Healthcare professionals see a map of peripheral veins directly on the skin’s surface with the goal of accessing or avoiding veins. It is built on proprietary technology embodied in its growing patent portfolio on a broad range of imaging and medical diagnostic technologies. AccuVein is in use at more than 4,000 facilities and available for sale in over 120 countries worldwide.