Procuring New Product - Icu/er/or
Looking to connect with icu, er, and or managers in the usa to understand their regular workflow. More specifically, understand the following:
what are these manager's problems and struggles dealing with their hospital's value analysis committee (vac) when the manager and their staff want to introduce a new product to their hospital?
How closely do the managers work with their vac to introduce new products and technologies to the hospital?
What influence do the managers have with their vac in selecting the new products and technologies?
Do the managers feel that their vacs prioritize clinical impact or financial impact of a new product or technology?
Do their vacs evaluate any of the following?
- commodity medical supplies
- reusable surgical supplies
- drug-device combinations
- capital equipment
- information technology
how relevant is telemedicine/tele-diagnosis service to icu, er and or managers?
During follow-ups of patients, do you see use of tele-diagnosis? If yes, is there a need to procure new product/services related to telemedicine or tele-diagnosis?
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Process Development For Biosimilars
1. Market access expert in the usa with both private and public expertise
a. Government = medicare & medicaid –these two organisation cover about 100m lives in the usa
b. Private = mco (managed care organisations) hmos (healthcare maintenance organisations) and healthcare insurance companies
2. Experience with hospital capital goods and ideally with operating room equipment such as operating theatre tables. Including medical technology products and services for operating rooms and intensive care units.
3. Ex-employees of maquet critical care and their competitors such as dräger, ge healthcare
4. Ex-employee for hospital capital good purchasers of hospital capital equipment+1 Other Responses