Innovative Health Enters Into an Agreement With Intalere for Reprocessing Services


Innovative Health, an advanced, cardiology-focused medical device reprocessing company, announces that it has entered into an agreement with Intalere, the healthcare industry leader in delivering optimal cost, quality and clinical outcomes. According to the agreement, Innovative Health will offer all Intalere members access to favorable rates for reprocessing services provided by Innovative Health.

“Intalere is excited to partner with Innovative Health to provide our membership with a new and improved approach to medical device reprocessing,” said Lori Pilla, vice president of custom contracting and supply chain consulting solutions, Intalere. “Their service- based model consistently delivers cost savings and focuses directly on the hospital’s needs.”

Innovative Health’s next-generation reprocessing program combines optimal savings with industry-leading expertise and a direct service model that minimizes operational challenges. It is focused on Cardiology devices that produce the highest possible savings for the hospital. Innovative Health’s reprocessing operations and service processes are designed to optimize savings in this area, and it’s program comes with a standard savings guarantee so that hospitals can know how much they will save.

“Innovative Health’s agreement with Intalere is a significant step for American hospitals that have long needed a boost in the value they derive from SUD reprocessing,” said Liz Stoneman, president & CEO of Innovative Health. “We are proud to bring the highest quality reprocessing services to Intalere members. Combined with optimal cost-savings and our industry-leading
expertise, Intalere members will see significant results from our program.”

Source: Innovative Health and Innovative Health


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