A Plainsboro-based medical device maker announced Thursday that it had reached a three-year group purchasing contract with health care company Premier Inc.
Integra LifeSciences will provide small bone orthopedic implants to Premier members. These implants are used to treat common degenerative conditions of the foot and hand.
"I'm confident this newly established partnership will allow us to build a strong and lasting relationship with Premier," Mark Augusti, corporate vice president and president, Integra Orthopedics and Tissue Technologies, said in a news release. "This mutually beneficial agreement marks a significant opportunity for both our organizations, and reflects our commitment to provide Premier members with the highest quality products and service for upper and lower extremity patients."
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