With growing pressure on clinical engineering and imaging departments across all healthcare models to achieve higher operational efficiencies, and equipment ROI, Pittsburgh-based Innovatus Imaging is opening up a virtual tour of its proprietary technology developed over nearly 40 years. By touring the company’s Centers of Excellence for Design, Engineering and Manufacturing, and Ultrasound Probe Repair, even virtually, healthcare technology management experts will be able to identify the processes and technology behind sustainable repairs that the company says result in enhanced device lifecycles, lower cost of ownership, and higher ROIs.
“Many people don’t realize that Innovatus Imaging’s heritage lies with the industry’s most prolific pioneers,” says Matt Tomory, vice president of sales and marketing for Innovatus Imaging. “Our leaders developed the technology and the processes for holistic repairs and testing which today are still driving high efficiencies, best-in-class quality, and performs as intended by the OEM.”
The technology behind Innovatus Imaging’s industry-leading record for accurate, sustainable ultrasound probe repairs is showcased in an 8-minute virtual tour of the Centers of Excellence in Denver, Colo., and Tulsa, Okla. The video provides a glimpse of what to look for in repair processes that are proven to help save money from fewer repairs and device longevity.
The tour video, titled “Ultrasound Transducer Longevity, Performance and ROI Come Down to One Critical Difference: Technology,” can be found at the following link, https://www.innovatusimaging.com/technology-matters/ or on the home page for Innovatus Imaging.
Innovatus Imaging was formed in 2017 when Bayer Multi-Vendor Service, Wetsco, and MD MedTech merged to form a national presence with three Centers of Excellence for medical device design, engineering, and manufacturing; ultrasound probe repair; and MRI coil repair. Within three years of operation, Innovatus Imaging quickly became the partner of choice for the industry’s largest resellers of repair services as well as major hospitals and healthcare systems.
For more information, visit Innovatus Imaging.