ICDs and Pacemakers – new models and price reductions

After recent reviews with suppliers on the current ICDs and pacemakers framework, LPP is publishing revised pricing schedules and introducing some new models.

ICDs and Pacemakers – new models and price reductions

Details by supplier are:

Biotronik

• Pacemakers – no change in models or prices
• ICDs – Lumax range being phased out and replaced by IFORIA and IDOVIA
• Lumax 540 – IFORIA 3
• Lumax 640 – IFORIA 5
• Lumax 740 – IFORIA 7
• IDOVIA 7 – new range of high output devices with stored energy of 45j
• New IFORIAs are lower cost than phased out Lumax models

Boston

• Prices down by 5 per cent
• Pacemakers - H140 and H145 discontinued and replaced by Invive
• Pacemakers - Advantio J063 replaces Altrua 50
• All pacemakers now have rate response so no longer any DDD or SSI devices
• Note Boston is still applying the London commitment discount for 1000 pacemakers of 10 per cent as shown (in addition to market share discounts)

Medtronic

• No price changes
• New Loop Recorder LINQ added
• Additional Evera models included

St Jude

• Prices down by 5 per cent
• Pacemakers – Accent replaced by Endurity
• ICDs – Promote Quandra replaced by Quandra Assura

Sorin

• No price changes
• New DDDR pacemakers – REPLY 200 and KORA DR 100 MRI
• New single and dual chamber ICDs – INTENSIA DF4 (offered as device only)
• Sorin also offer a risk sharing programme which works as follows. Should a patient suffer an inappropriate shock or not respond to CRT therapy Sorin will reimburse 30 per cent of the original device cost back to the trust. This also extends to battery longevity and does not affect the standard warranties. Sorin aims to share the financial responsibilities when therapies are ineffective.

For pricing information members can contact the Medical, Surgical & Supply Chain team on 020 7188 6680.

 

25-04-14    Medical Surgical Supply Chain

Related Articles
27-04-20   COVID-19 - it always pays to use a framework agency

To support NHS England’s and NHS Improvement’s recent publication expecting NHS trusts to continue using approved frameworks, we have provided a quick summary of the advantages of using framework agencies during the current COVID-19 response. This includes an open invitation from the Workforce Alliance to further support you.

27-10-17   Tom Wynne to join NHS Improvement as London Procurement Head

Tom Wynne, who has been Senior Workstream Lead for NHS London Procurement Partnership’s Medical and Surgical team for the past two years, has been appointed to the new NHS Improvement Regional Head of Procurement role for London.

13-04-15   Enteral Feeds procurement in planning stage

Following a number of enquiries about Enteral Feeds, LPP will be undertaking a new procurement for the provision of Enteral Feeds.

08-01-15   First NHS Total Orthopaedic Solutions procurement framework is now live

Collaboration between the four NHS procurement hubs has resulted in the successful delivery of the first NHS Total Orthopaedic Solutions framework agreement, and will enable NHS trusts to better leverage their spend in this market.