An extensive portfolio is only one part of the picture for OBLs. You also need to drive cost-efficiency, streamline operations, and
compete in a market that is evolving at a rapid pace.
These programs make market-leading peripheral vascular products from Medtronic more affordable. They maximize value through cost savings and streamlined invoicing, with customized options designed to fit the way you work: your patients, your procedures, your products.
Pricing based on predetermined product groups to support flexible caseloads.
One fee covers all products based on anticipated utilization within predetermined guardrails.
Special pricing for products ordered in individualized combinations.
Combining proven methodologies with extensive change management expertise, our PRO|CV* service helps you solve challenges by redesigning processes and guiding you through how to operationalize them within your OBL. Here is what process improvement consulting looks like in a real-world lab:
Challenge: Patient information in daily referral orders was missing or inaccurate
Result: PRO|CV guidance helped the lab reduce daily recalled patient orders by 50%
Challenge: 20+ no-shows and reschedules per week were causing vast underutilization
Result: PRO|CV guidance help cut no-shows and reschedules by 61%
Challenge: Scheduling template allowed for 16 consults per week
Results: PRO|CV guidance help improved the number of consults added weekly by 12%
* PRO|CV is a fee-based consulting service. This case study is provided for general educational purposes only and should not be considered the exclusive source for this type of information. Results may vary.
Prepare your team to use Medtronic products safely and effectively.
Check out the Peripheral Vascular Therapies page on Medtronic Academy, our education on demand platform. Courses are available for a wide range of needs, including accredited CME programs.
Select online courses to deepen your knowledge of critical topics.
The Lower Extremity Center of Excellence Physician Training Program is designed for endovascular interventionalists seeking to advance their knowledge and skill sets in treating patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). This one-and-a-half-day course will focus on how to effectively use HawkOne™ and TurboHawk™ plaque excision systems and adjunctive Medtronic therapies in a lab setting. Topics will include procedural planning, access strategy considerations, technique and technical pearls of directional atherectomy, troubleshooting and subsequent treatment options.
The Advanced Lower Extremity Center of Excellence is a one-and-a-half day course that will focus on how to effectively use the Viance™ crossing catheter and the Enteer™ re-entry system as a first-line treatment choice for crossing and re-entry. Topics will include case selection, anatomy and pathophysiology, pre-case planning, imaging, crossing and re-entry, troubleshooting and subsequent treatment options. The program will consist of a multiphase training format to provide various educational tough points for physicians including didactic, observational, product training and hands-on model training.
Medtronic Peripheral Vascular is proud to partner with nationally recognized faculty to offer an innovative endovascular education program for experienced interventionalists. This advanced one-and-a-half-day course is designed for physicians seeking to refine and advance their clinical assessment skills and treatment strategies for patients with advanced lower extremity disease and critical limb ischemia. Topics will include review of tibial and pedal anatomy, the angiosome concept, non-invasive diagnostic testing, procedural planning and access strategies, advanced chronic total occlusions, assessment of current treatment modalities for the treatment of CLI, including atherectomy, complications management, and the role of wound care.
The Medtronic Vascular Therapies PAD Essentials Course: Management in the Treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease is designed for endovascular interventionalists seeking to advance their knowledge and skill sets in the use of directional atherectomy as a first-line therapy in the treatment of patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). This one-and-a-half-day course provides an opportunity for participants to exchange information with their peers through a combination of hands-on workshops, structured discussions, case reviews, and didactic presentations. Course enrollment is limited to maintain an intimate, small-group feel and maximize the participants’ learning experience.
The Summit is a one-and-a-half day curriculum for experienced physicians seeking to refine and advance their clinical assessment skills and treatment strategies for patients with advanced lower extremity disease and critical limb ischemia through didactic sessions and interactive case discussions with their peers on cutting edge techniques, access methods, and treatment strategies that can provide positive clinical outcomes.
The Fellows Course is a meeting in which the advanced trainee in Interventional Cardiology, Interventional Radiology and Vascular Surgery is exposed to all facets of complex vascular disease and endovascular intervention. The faculty includes many of the acknowledged pioneers in the field. The format consists of didactic lectures and simulators with ample opportunity to interact with faculty. The Endovascular Fellows Course offers in-depth coverage of all the major aspects in today’s practice of vascular and endovascular medicine.