A quick look back at learnings from a high value experience at the Medical Device Strategic Accounts & Pricing Conference (Q1 Productions) On September 12 and 13 in Atlanta, a leading group of medical device professionals gathered to discuss the rapidly shifting landscape for medical devices within the hospital purchasing environment. We were honored to … Continued
Author: Jen Farmer
According to industry group Practice Greenhealth, the healthcare sector creates 25.1 pounds of waste per staffed bed every day or 5.9 million tons annually. Health Facilities Management also reports that 54 percent of solid waste components by weight are paper and cardboard. One way hospital CFOs and supply chain managers can reduce waste and streamline … Continued
Any hospital CFO or supply chain manager will tell you that they will never compromise product quality just to meet certain budget goals and save on common and commoditized products. They are, nevertheless, frequently responsible for achieving volumetric cost savings goals year after year. There are commonly thousands of products on a large hospital or … Continued
Who really controls your hospital supply chain? You or your distributors? What if you had full price transparency so your hospital system was able to gain more control? Hospital CFOs, supply chain and purchasing managers who don’t have visibility into the cost of hundreds of goods they are acquiring all the way to the factory are … Continued
How much value does your distributor of common consumables and commodities add to your hospital? If it’s little more than an order sheet, acceptable fill rates and an invoice, it’s not enough. To make your hospital supply chain and purchasing program a value-driven enterprise for the value-based world of healthcare, let us bring you the world of global sourcing.
Hospital CFOs and supply chain executives that use global sourcing of hospital supplies can positively affect the value-based healthcare equation where value equals outcomes divided by costs.
In few industries is assurance of quality more important than healthcare, especially for supplies utilized at the point of patient care. Yet as much as 50% of the cost a hospital or IDN pays for items like patient amenities and med/surg supplies can be attributed to middlemen taking profit. “You get what you pay for” … Continued
At ASP Global, our mission is simple: support the full continuum of healthcare in any setting: hospitals, IDNs, home health, hospice and group practices. We improve quality, reduce risk, enhance transparency and cut costs on medical products every day for some of the nation’s largest hospitals including Banner Health, New York Presbyterian, Northside Hospital, Sisters … Continued
Atlanta-based ASP Global extends its global sourcing of medical supplies and hospital supply chain business into the $53 billion home health and hospice market. January 20, 2016 — Atlanta, GA — ASP Global an industry leader in global sourcing of hospital medical supplies, has acquired Jacksonville, FL based InHome Medical Solutions, a leading wholesale medical … Continued
As hospital purchasing executives and CFOs continue to try to squeeze costs out of the system while maintaining quality levels and clinical utility from their medical supply purchasing programs, many have turned to global sourcing to affect this. – Becker’s Hospital CFO