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What’s on the Horizon for HDO Sterilization Guidance?

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This 60-minute webinar will feature Jesse Liebler, Sales Manager at TrackCore, Inc. Join Jesse as he discusses the growing list of requirements surrounding Biologic Tissue and Implantable Medical Devices in Healthcare, as well as best practices to help manage these heavily-regulated product types. Participants will also learn about the UDI Rule and how it impacts clinical documentation and reimbursement rates for implants.
About the Presenter: Jesse Liebler is the Sales Manager at TrackCore, Inc. Jesse joined the TrackCore team in 2013 as a Training & Implementation Specialist. Prior to joining TrackCore, Jesse spent five years implementing various SaaS, RTLS and RFID solutions for Stanley Healthcare (InnerSpace and AeroScout). Jesse holds a BS from Ferris State University with a major in Business Management and Supervision.

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This 60-minute webinar will feature Jesse Liebler, Sales Manager at TrackCore, Inc. Join Jesse as he discusses the growing list of requirements surrounding Biologic Tissue and Implantable Medical Devices in Healthcare, as well as best practices to help manage these heavily-regulated product types. Participants will also learn about the UDI Rule and how it impacts clinical documentation and reimbursement rates for implants.

About the Presenter: Jesse Liebler is the Sales Manager at TrackCore, Inc. Jesse joined the TrackCore team in 2013 as a Training & Implementation Specialist. Prior to joining TrackCore, Jesse spent five years implementing various SaaS, RTLS and RFID solutions for Stanley Healthcare (InnerSpace and AeroScout). Jesse holds a BS from Ferris State University with a major in Business Management and Supervision.

*MD Publishing takes every precaution to ensure accuracy of content; however, the information, opinions, and statements expressed in the webinars and advertisements herein are those of the writer and/or advertiser, and not those of our company.

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OR Today would like to thank our sponsor TrackCore! TrackCore, Inc. is a dynamic and growing company headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI. TrackCore began with a vision and commitment to improve patient safety surrounding biologic tissue and implantable medical devices, and now serves more than 625 hospitals, nationwide. TrackCore’s industry-leading tissue and implant tracking software, TrackCore Operating Room, integrates with RFID-enabled cabinets, refrigerators, and freezers to create a fully automated, touchless workflow. TrackCore also integrates with all major Electronic Health Records to improve charting efficiency, accuracy, and eliminate paper implant logs. TrackCore’s product portfolio also includes TrackCore Interventional and TrackCore SameDay. TrackCore Interventional is a solution that tracks implants and consumables in the Interventional Radiology, CCL/EP, and Special Procedure areas to reduce cost and improve charge capture visibility. TrackCore SameDay is a solution designed to automate the process for bill-only, special order implants, and eliminate overpayment opportunities. For more information visit www.trackcoreinc.com.

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