The partnership focuses on effective cost-containment program, which reduces the negative impact of healthcare facilities on the environment with unusable medical devices.

EXP CEO Gus Changaris said that the company is committed to discovering and providing value to the healthcare industry.

"Of all of the needs we have confronted in this industry, cost containment leads the way by far," Changaris added.

Through this partnership, EXP will provide renewed Single-Use Medical Devices at up to 30% off savings of the typical GPO pricing for new devices.

EXP Corporate Accounts and Marketing Business Development vice president Kirk Herweck said, "By developing a supply stream of devices whose packaging has expired, and through AnewMed’s FDA-Registered Establishment providing repackaging and resterilization of these items, we are very excited to offer the healthcare community a means to reduce their costs on medical device purchases."