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  • Posted on:  Friday, 13 January 2017 15:42
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January 11, 2017, Minneapolis, MN – Essential Healthcare Management (EHM) a healthcare business consulting firm, has been chosen by Väsamed, Inc.  to help secure contracts with Group Purchasing Organizations, Integrated Delivery Networks, and Regional Purchasing Coalitions across the United States.  This will allow Väsamed’s leading edge technology to be purchased and used by wound care centers, limb preservation programs, and amputation prevention programs across the country.

Specializing in noninvasive diagnostic innovation and manufacture for over 20 years, Väsamed designs, licenses, manufactures and distributes products, software and services for assessing and managing hemodynamic health.  The SensiLase PAD-IQ® Studycast System provides dependable, reproducible measurement of tissue perfusion of the extremities particularly in patients who have combined peripheral arterial disease and diabetes.  Väsamed’s technologically advanced products can be used to support positive patient outcomes by noninvasively measuring hemodynamic parameters in a clinic or office setting and effectively managing data communication and storage requirements via its HIPAA compliant, enterprise class cloud server.  www.vasamed.com

EHM, founded in 2007, is a healthcare business development firm, whose primary focus is the affordable outsourcing of Healthcare Sales at the highest levels.   The group combines corporate accounts strategy and implementation to help healthcare suppliers of all types to grow in a lean, rapid, manageable and cost effective manner.  The EHM Team is comprised of High Level Sales and National Accounts Executives who understand how best to navigate today’s tricky healthcare industry landscape.  Essential Healthcare Management is “laser focused” on helping improve outcomes, reducing costs and driving new revenue for providers - and on getting industry best technology and resources into the hands of caregivers.  www.essentialhm.net

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