Soluciones PETNET de Siemens

Partnership delivering outcomes

Soluciones PETNET de Siemens

PETNET Solutions Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc., operates the world's largest network of PET radiopharmacies, with over 50 locations worldwide. With the largest global network of integrated manufacturing operations and PET nuclear pharmacies, as well as partnerships with key pharmaceutical and industry partners, Siemens’ PETNET Solutions is uniquely able to offer access to PET tracers needed today, as well as those to expand clinical offerings in the future.

Siemens’ PETNET Solutions maintains stringent quality processes and high delivery reliability, so imaging centers can be confident that the needs of patients, referring physicians—and their own bottom line are being met. To prove commitment to customers, Siemens’s PETNET Solutions is the first-and-only national commercial supplier with an approved abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) for fludeoxyglucose F 18 injection, well ahead of industry requirements.

Siemens’ PETNET Solution supports customers beyond supplying the dose by offering the clinical and business tools that enable customers to refine skills and stay up-to-date on the latest technologies and trends in order to maintain a competitive edge in a challenging economic environment.

With a highly educated staff averaging over ten year’s industry experience, the experts at Siemens’ PETNET Solutions bring market insight and experience to develop a personalized plan for success for each customer. From securing new revenue streams to operating more efficiently and maximizing profit, Siemens’ PETNET Solutions is here to help grow your business.

In a changing industry, the right partner makes all the difference. For more than 17 years, PETNET Solutions has been the leader in PET tracer delivery. We understand the challenges. We see the opportunities, and we are dedicated to helping keep patients—and their healthcare providers—healthy for years to come.

That's partnership delivering outcomes.

Key Benefits

• Multiple oncology PET tracers support diagnosis and staging of the disease
• Multiple cardiac PET tracers provide physicians with a better understanding of ischemic heart disease conditions1

• >99% order fulfillment rate helps ensure ability to perform timely clinical evaluations of patients2
• Simplification of the dose ordering process with PETNET Direct online ordering system saves staff time on non-clinical tasks

• Average growth rate of 26% in PET/CT utilization as a result of successful execution of tailored growth strategies
• Up to 14% yearly income saved by monitoring cancellations and no-shows3

1Ghosh N, Rimoldi OE, Beansland RSB, Camici PG. Assessment of Myocardial Ischemia and Viability role of Positron Emission Tomography. European Heart Journal (2010) 31, 2984-2995.
2Data on file.
3Moore CG, Wilson-Witherspoon P, Probust JC. Time and Money: Effects of No-Shows at a Family Practice Residency Clinic. Fam Med. 2001 Jul-Aug; 33(7): 522-7.

Ruth Tesar – Customer Quote

“PETNET has been our ‘go-to’ resource for many years. They have the right mix of tracers that we need, and they deliver on time. I appreciate their integrity and ability to deliver on their commitments. PETNET is also a trusted partner, with the expertise we need to grow our business. NCPIC’s staff relies on the marketing materials and industry updates they provide to us. More importantly, we always have someone to call if we need anything.”

Ruth Tesar
Chief Executive Officer
Northern California PET Imaging Center (NCPIC)
Sacramento, California, USA

Professor Adil Al-Nahhas, FRCP – Customer Quote

“The PET/CT department at Imperial College NHS Trust thrives on having a high-quality radiopharmaceutical provider, and that is why we rely on PETNET. The range of their products is excellent and meets our clinical and academic requirements. Their flexibility and delivery reliability are exemplary and allow us to customise the workflow to achieve the best daily throughput. PETNET is also unique in providing educational and training facilities to our staff and international visitors, who are always impressed by the professional and generous attitude of PETNET staff.”

Professor Adil AL-Nahhas, FRCP
Chief of Service of Nuclear Medicine
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
London, England

Molecular Imaging: Delivering PET/CT Outcomes

Ruth Tesar, CEO of Northern California PET Imaging Center in the United States, on the value of working with Siemens' PETNET Solutions as a true partner to expand the availability of PET/CT imaging.

1syngo.PET Amyloid Plaque is intended for use only with approved amyloid radiopharmaceuticals in the country of use. Users should review the drug labeling for approved uses.