INDIA- Boston Scientific and GE Healthcare have announced their partnership to offer complete, cutting-edge solutions for interventional cardiac care in India.
The aim of the partnership is to facilitate better access to care and is meant to enhance heart care for patients, thereby tackling the illness load currently present in the nation.
According to Wipro GE Healthcare, the two Indian MedTech companies are working together for the first time.
Dr. Shravan Subramanyam, Managing Director of Wipro GE Healthcare, stated that the goal of the company’s partnership with Boston Scientific is to “unlock the potential of interventional cardiology.”
Additionally, they will offer better heart care by building efficiency across the care pathway journey of the patient and delivering precision care.
He continued that bridging the industry gap and managing the cardiac load in India, requires end-to-end cardiac care centers with an emphasis on best-in-class patient outcomes.
The business further asserted that there has not been a comparable increase in the provision of cardiology care in India and that it is crucial to close the gap by utilizing cutting-edge solutions that assist dependable and effective healthcare delivery.
It’s essential to work with clinicians and healthcare providers to understand the challenges they face in care delivery and to provide tailored solutions to help them manage those obstacles and better serve their patients
In order to change the landscape of cardiac care, it is also necessary to establish public-private partnerships (PPPs) that link smaller communities with the larger private tertiary healthcare facilities.
In order to improve patient outcomes, the companies will cooperate to promote healthcare professionals’ education and training as well as consumer knowledge of the effects of vascular imaging developments on cardiac catheterization operations.
Earlier in the year, they announced a collaboration that enables improved intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) workflow between them.
The system provides customers with unified cardiology solutions, including training and education between the two companies.
According to Manoj Madhavan, Managing Director of Boston Scientific in India, “It’s essential to work with clinicians and healthcare providers to understand the challenges they face in care delivery and to provide tailored solutions to help them manage those obstacles and better serve their patients.”
He emphasized that the collaboration will solve health concerns through improved access to the newest ideas and technologies for improving patient care.
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