Prodigo Solutions, Inc. Receives Innovative Technology Designation from Vizient for the ProdigoMarketplace
Designation recognizes products that bring improvements to the health care industry
A Cranberry Township-based integrated supply chain company created by UPMC has raised $2 million and tagged the capital to ramp up staff by 40 percent.
When Dorothy told Toto, “I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore,” we all got it. When the ball players in Field of Dreams kept asking Kevin Costner, “Is this heaven?” we got that too. And when software road warriors caught themselves wondering aloud
When to venture beyond the business of healthcare to the business of healthcare business.
In terms of supply chain management practice, acute care providers have been historically criticized as “laggards” when it comes to non-patient facing technology adoption.
With reimbursement rates dropping, hospitals are doing everything they can to maximize the revenue potential on every case. One common area of revenue loss is inaccurate coding that
Pittsburgh’s Prodigo Solutions and the ECRI Institute have announced a content partnership that will change the recall management game for health systems. In real time, the
Prodigo Solutions is collaborating with the ECRI Institute to incorporate product recall and alert information into its contract compliance software, ProdigoMarketplace.
Powered by ECRI data, Prodigo Solutions seeks to close critical safety gap in requisition process: Recalls, alerts
PITTSBURGH – April 18, 2017 – Health system buyers and clinicians do not currently have real-time access to all product recalls and alerts at the point of purchase, posing a
PITTSBURGH, April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Health system buyers and clinicians do not currently have real-time access to all product recalls and alerts at the point of purchase, posing a
Pittsburgh’s Prodigo Solutions is nicely defined by the company it keeps. Counting roughly half of the U.S. News & World Reports Top 15 Honorees and about the same percentage
From logistics to management to material goods, supply chains can account for anywhere from 25 to 40 percent of the overall budgets of health care institutions. That huge chunk of