Atlanta, Ga.-based IPG is focused on the commercial health care market, looking to support the delivery of value-based care for high cost surgical procedure for health plan clients.
“Lima Corporate is enthusiastic to initiate this collaboration with IPG as it represents a paradigm shift in the medical device market in the US while maintaining access to state-of-the-art devices. Through this agreement, Lima is able to provide key technology, such as our Trabecular Titanium technology used in our hip and shoulder portfolio, which are the only 3D printed devices with 10-years of clinical follow-up,” Lima CEO Luigi Ferrari said in a press release.
Through the partnership, Lima will gain access to IPG’s network of direct partnering facilities and surgeons, the companies said.
“IPG is excited about the opportunity to work closely with Lima to bring their high-value technology to IPG’s health plan clients and patients. This relationship will further expand our mission to bring high quality, cost effective surgical solutions to the U.S. healthcare market,” IPG prez & CEO Vince Coppola said in a prepared statement.