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January 2, 2018

Prodigo-ECRI Institute Partnership Raises the Recall Management Bar

Pittsburgh’s Prodigo Solutions and the ECRI Institute have announced a content partnership that will change the recall management game for health systems.

January 2, 2018

Maximize your hospital’s revenue on supply usage

With reimbursement rates dropping, hospitals are doing everything they can to maximize the revenue potential on every case.

January 2, 2018

"Amazon-Like" In Acute Care Supply Chain

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. Has it been a fair characterization? Absolutely.

January 2, 2018

Should Supply Chain be taking care of business?

Healthcare Supply Chain departments no longer belong in the basement

January 2, 2018

UPMC-created startup raises $2M to increase staff and space

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.

January 2, 2018

Take it From a Former Road Warrior: User Conferences Have Come of Age

When done well, user conferences bring customers and qualified prospects together in increasingly engaging formats. They have become staged, anticipated events, if not exclusive, peer-to-peer gatherings.

December 20, 2017

ProdigoContracts – A Horse of a Different Color

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

December 20, 2017

Why Healthcare Needs Value-Based Supply Chain Management

Healthcare supply chain — the holistic flow of relationships between suppliers and customers — is about efficiently delivering low cost care as goods and supplies, such as a

December 20, 2017

Why Executives are Demanding Supply Chain Management Value

As hospitals transition into the value-based payment realm, they remain focused on effectively slashing costs. Supply chain management is the second largest expense for healthcare