At Advantus Health Partners, we believe in the next generation of health care supply chain. We recently announced an agreement with GE HealthCare of up to $760M over 10-years to provide GE HealthCare’s Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) services to our clients.
“We are constantly working to bring next-generation supply chain management models to our customers, and this relationship with GE HealthCare underscores our commitment to delivering benefits to health systems, suppliers and the overall health care supply chain,” shares Dan Hurry, president of Advantus Health Partners.
We plan to leverage the expanded relationship to support quality care and sustainable cost reductions for our clients. The comprehensive HTM program can provide complete management of medical equipment in a health care facility – including ongoing maintenance, monitoring for and addressing recalls, disinfection and distribution, and more.
“This agreement will cover not only the medical equipment service needs that every hospital has daily, but keep medical equipment up, high performing, and safe to provide reliable and high quality care,” shares Angie Baltz, Clinical Engineering System Director at Advantus. “This is really an end-to-end risk management around medical equipment”
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