Pittsburgh, Pa.-based Innovatus Imaging announces the expansion of its RapidRepair program, which launched in April and provided five-day, worst-case repair times for the Philips X7 and X8-2t TEE probes.

“We’ve invested millions in improving infrastructure and staff, accelerating our training programs, increasing efficiencies, and developing additional proprietary processes,” says Matt Tomory, vice president of ultrasound for Innovatus Imaging’s Ultrasound Center of Excellence. “Our RapidRepair processes enable devices to be evaluated, repaired, tested, and returned in the most efficient manners possible and are key to our customers maintaining workflow, high-quality patient care, and the financial bottom line.”

RapidRepair for MRI coils will be executed at Innovatus Imaging’s MRI Center of Excellence in Pittsburgh, while the company’s program for ultrasound probes will take place at its Ultrasound Center of Excellence in Tulsa, Okla. “RapidRepair allows us to get the most popular makes and models of ultrasound probes and MRI coils back to technologists faster than ever before, while remaining consistent with OEM design,” Tomory adds.

Moving forward, customers can expect increased efficiency while maintaining the same level of quality that they expect from Innovatus Imaging, company officials say. 

For more information on RapidRepair, and the full line of products supported by Innovatus Imaging, visit www.innovatusimaging.com.