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For Hospitals Only: Prodigo's Dedication to its Core Market Continues to Pay Off

Often referred to as "Amazon-like" or the "storefront" application in a P2P suite, Prodigo Solutions' centerpiece solution is a client-branded, internal marketplace developed exclusively for hospital use.

BJC's Prodigo Marketplace Success Story

Looking for ways to reduce their non-catalog special request spending and increase manageable spend and contract compliance, BJC decided to integrate Prodigo’s Marketplace with their ERP system

Prodigo UPMC Case Study

As you can imagine, managing efficient ordering for tens of thousands of employees takes coordination, not just for UPMC, but also among manufacturers, distribution networks, and group purchasing organizations. Without a specific solution in place, UPMC began identifying issues

Hospitals' Supply Chain Savings Opportunity Jumps to $25.4 Billion a Year

Even with ongoing efforts to streamline supply chain processes and product use, an annual Navigant analysis suggests the needle isn't moving in the right direction

Boston Children's hails key partners, technology in growth

Prodigo Contract Management: After diligently researching “off-the-shelf” contracting solutions, Boston Children’s Hospital’s Supply Chain Management department decided to form a multi-disciplinary project team to co-develop a leading-edge healthcare-centric contract workflow solution with Prodigo Solutions, called ProdigoContracts.

VMWorld 2018

Another exceptional customer outcome! At VMworld 2018, Tony Bollinger of Prodigo Solutions, Inc. spoke about his experience working with Expedient and VMware to transform Prodigo's business.

Hospitals don't save much on supply chain after they're acquired

Acquired hospitals only save about 1.5 percent annually on common expenses in the healthcare supply chain after a deal — significantly less than hospitals estimate when defending their potential merger, according to a new report by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Prodigo Raises $3.5M, Expands Operations

Prodigo has raised $3.5 million and expects to be at 74 employees by year-end, taking on more space to accommodate the growth. Note: subscriber-only content

Actualizing Savings After an M&A Transaction

Some health systems don’t realize savings for two years after an M&A,but health systems that put dedicated teams in place can make the integration happen more quickly and begin realizing savings within six months.