IU Health, Indiana Joint Replacement Institute strike partnership

Practice Management

Indianapolis-based Indiana University Health has struck a new partnership with the Terre Haute-based Indiana Joint Replacement Institute, according to a March 7 report from The Journal Gazette

Matthew Noyes, MD, orthopedic surgeon for IU's Northeast region, has partnered with the Indiana Joint Replacement team led by Michael Meneghini, MD. 

The Joint Replacement Institute has 25 employees across two locations in the state and one location in Florida, according to the report. 

It currently has plans to open a new practice in Indianapolis next year. The system offers total hip replacement, partial knee replacement and computer-assisted surgery.

The partnership will allow healthcare providers at both systems to coordinate patient care. The partnership aims to "elevate the standard of joint replacement services and increase access for all patients in the region, ensuring our patients receive the highest quality of care and experience unparalleled outcomes," Brian Bauer, region president of IU Health Northeast, told the Gazette. 

IU Health currently operates seven locations in the area. The organizations' partnership clinic is in Fort Wayne, Ind., and surgical cases will take place at IU Health's nearby ASC. 

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