Premier agrees orthopaedic and IV contracts
This article was originally published in Clinica
Healthcare purchasing network Premier has expanded its medical device offering by handing out contracts to DJO for its orthopaedic products and ICU Medical for its disposable medical devices. Vista, California-based DJO will supply Premier customers with its bone growth stimulator technology over the next three years, while ICU (San Clemente, California) will offer its Clave and MicroClave needleless IV systems and its oncology products over a five-year period. Financial terms of each deal were not revealed.
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