Lehigh Valley Health Network and Medtronic, the global leader in medical technology, have entered a five-year partnership to develop innovative value-based solutions to improve healthcare outcomes for patients.
The partnership will create programs that span more than 70 major medical conditions, according to a news release, with a goal to impact as many as 500,000 patients in Northeast Pennsylvania.
“By working in partnership, trusting each other, and combining our expertise, we will create new models of care that are more connected and coordinated. Ultimately, these value-based programs will contribute to a more sustainable health system and a healthier community," Medtronic Chairman and CEO Omar Ishrak said in a news release.
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