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January 29, 2018

Group Purchasing at the Crossroads

When 2015 began somewhat uneventfully for the GPO industry, few outside of a select number of GPO's inner circles anticipated the disruption that would define the second half of the year.

January 11, 2018

Powered by ECRI Institute Data, Prodigo Solutions Seeks to Close Critical Safety Gap

PITTSBURGH – April 18, 2017 – Health system buyers and clinicians to gain real-time access to all product recalls and alerts at the point of purchase.

January 10, 2018

CFO Insight Series: Building a Culture of Compliance

The undisputed Holy Grail in healthcare supply chain management practice is essentially everything related to its effective clinical integration. It’s about getting clinical professionals and supply chain professionals on the same page – to streamline the delivery of patient benefit.

January 8, 2018

Prodigo Solutions Taps ECRI Institute for Real-Time Product Safety Alerts

Prodigo Solutions is collaborating with the ECRI Institute to incorporate product recall and alert information into its contract compliance software.

January 4, 2018

Prodigo Solutions, Inc. Receives Innovative Technology Designation from Vizient

Designation recognizes products that bring improvements to the health care industry

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.

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

Should Supply Chain Be Taking Care of Business?

Healthcare Supply Chain departments no longer belong in the basement

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.