Ventec Life Systems and Parachute Health Announce Digital Partnership

Streamlines Access to Integrated Respiratory Care for Ventilator Patients

Ventec Life Systems, a global medical device company focused on redefining respiratory care technologies for patients and caregivers announced today that Parachute Health’s ePrescribing platform now supports the VOCSN group of ventilators.

“Streamlining care for patients is at the heart of Ventec Life Systems, and we are proud to support innovative technology such as the Parachute Platform to provide greater access to the benefits of integrated respiratory care provided through the VOCSN group of ventilators,” said Jim Alwan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ventec Life Systems. “And with the addition of our V+Pro ventilator to our product portfolio, billable under reimbursement codes E0465 and E0466, providers have access to alternative respiratory products which they have not had before.”

 

 

 

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