News | October 18, 2006

Streamline Partners with HELP International

Streamline Surgical Solutions, has announced a strategic partnership with HELP International of Plano, Texas.
Streamline Surgical Solutions provides surgical instrumentation planning, sourcing and procurement services for new and existing healthcare facilities. Streamline’s consultants have collaborated on over 100 projects for the opening of ambulatory surgical centers.
For more than 23 years, HELP International has been setting the standard for medical equipment planning excellence. HELP's experienced project management teams, utilizing their propriety planning software (HELPro), have successfully completed the equipment budgeting, planning, procurement, and installation services for more than 1,100 healthcare facilities, ranging from ambulatory surgery centers to hospital projects.
HELP Streamline can provide new surgical centers and hospitals the necessary support and expertise with surgical instrumentation needs such as identification, selection, procurement and delivery. The benefit of this service is to provide a dedicated and experienced staff that can and will focus on the complex and time consuming process involved. HELP Streamline will manage the process and provide its clients complete visibility into the progress via its Internet based project management tools.

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