A PARADIGM SHIFT IN VENOUS DISEASE PATIENT CARE
Since 2013, Inari Medical has revolutionized the standard of care for venous disease with innovative, purpose-built devices. Inari’s mission to treat and transform the lives of patients suffering from venous disease extends into multiple programs specifically designed to advance awareness and treatment of VTE.
A non-standardized approach to VTE patient care leads to a fragmented patient pathway resulting in inconsistent triage, treatment and follow.
The VTE Excellence™ approach to patient care was developed in partnership with venous disease experts who have successfully solved existing fragmented patient pathways and improved VTE clinical outcomes. Like pathways developed to improve patient outcomes for myocardial infarction (MI) and stroke, VTE Excellence™ ensures that patients who should receive interventional consultation for venous disease are not missed.
STRATEGIC APPROACH TO PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
Inari Medical is pioneering the treatment of venous disease through long-term, strategic partnerships through the Inari Solutions Group (ISG). ISG partners with health systems and physicians to improve patient pathways, clinical outcomes, health economics and disease awareness.
Customized processes to appropriately identify and treat patients that improve:
- Follow up
Access to purpose-built medical devices and training support designed to improve:
- Resource utilization
- Readmission and LOS
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