The Take 5 blog series will introduce readers to Proximo Medical’s exceptional sales team through 5 simple questions. Each month, we’ll feature a new and fiercely competitive Proximo team member. Our customized approach to selling innovations sets us apart from the pack – we know it starts with our top tier talent. Enjoy!
As of January 1, 2020, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will provide reimbursement for certain angioplasty and stenting procedures performed outside the hospital outpatient setting.
Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) is a non-surgical procedure that uses a catheter to place a stent in the heart to treat atherosclerosis.
Over the last eight months, Proximo Medical has grown its business by partnering with technologies in the peripheral space, including EMBA, PMT Partners, Walk Vascular, PEDRA Tech and BIOTRONIK. Each device holds hope and promise for workflow efficiency in the medical suite and, most importantly, better patient outcomes. Our goal is to successfully commercialize partner innovations, accelerating market entry and clinical adoption.
Proximo Medical is pleased to now bring that expertise to the coronary space.
At Proximo Medical, we understand that attracting the best talent possible is our most important job. If we focus on hiring the right people, everything else just falls into place and success is inevitable. Read more
This fall, Proximo Medical announced that it is the commercial partner for BIOTRONIK, Inc.’s peripheral vascular intervention (PVI) platform in select U.S. markets. BIOTRONIK’s comprehensive portfolio includes versatile stent systems, balloon catheters and sheaths to address the growing peripheral artery disease (PAD) market.
We asked our Chief Commercial Officer, Joe Ingoglia, his perspective on helping start-ups commercialize. The products in our bag are often from unknown or new companies. It takes a knowledgeable, proven sales team to demonstrate the benefits to physicians.
Medical device innovation can be life-changing so it is in all of our best interest that they succeed. So why are the odds of failing so high? Read more