Healthcare Supply Chain Member Success Stories
Read these Intalere member stories and how they achieved success with Intalere's healthcare supply chain solutions.
Wickenburg Community Hospital saves 25-50% in spend areas including knee positioners, endoscopy tubing and knee/hip implants by using Intalere OptiPrice Advantage for Critical Access Hospitals.
By centralizing, automating medical procurement and partnering with Intalere, The Oregon Clinic realizes a savings of more than $1.3 million.
Virginia Mason Memorial realizes $1.2 million in savings through standardization and aggregation, working with Intalere and Health Resource Services (HRS).
Through Intalere OptiPrice Advantage, Virginia Mason realizes more than $1.7 million in cost savings in less than one year with continuing opportunities identified.
Miravida Living realizes a 51 percent increase in contract utilization, resulting in an increase in rebates and an approximate reduction of $517,000 in price paid for goods through working with Intalere to combine purchasing efforts of multiple locations.
By signing a sole-source provider agreement with Intalere and implementing a comprehensive inventory control, purchasing management and ancillary tracking software solution, Special Tree Rehabilitation System realizes substantial savings in non-labor spend and an increase in staff satisfaction.
By implementing centralized purchasing and enhancing contract utilization, Summit Pacific Medical Center realized up to a 49 percent savings in some areas of supply chain spend.
Intalere and Intermountain Healthcare collaborate to bring nearly $3 million in savings, process improvement and enhanced clinical outcomes through a standardization and commitment program.
The Intalere alliance-driven Committed Savings program brings 16 percent savings to alliance members and is expanded to be available to all Intalere members and all classes of trade.
Challenged with reducing costs while maintaining their reputation for excellent care, Physicians Day Surgery Center works with Intalere supplier OptiFreight and realizes a savings of more than 45 percent on annual shipping costs.
Intalere member Crystal Run Healthcare contracts with supplier Medpricer for assistance with sourcing and procurement of non-medical capital equipment to furnish their new 66,000 square-foot building in an aggressive timeframe.
Intalere member Virginia Mason Medical Center (VMMC) recently established formal cross functional value analysis teams in several different areas of the facility, which resulted in improved standardization and Intalere contract compliance.
Seeking to increase efficiency and lower costs, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) decided to build an IDN to unite their organizations and manage the utilization of assets, including the consolidation and shipping of computer equipment. Together, Intalere and supplier partner SHI are saving the ANTHC 20-30 percent on computer hardware and software, and assisting the consortium in implementing an IDN agreement.
In an effort to reduce operational costs without decreasing quality of care, Allied Servcies worked with the Intalere team to review all potential cost savings available through the Intalere contract portfolio.
Nephrology Associates utilizes Intalere's tools and resources and achieves a 25 percent overall cost reduction, including 66 percent in document shredding and 78 percent on laundry services through Intalere contracts.
Working collaboratively with Intalere and their suppliers, customized analytical tools were created and contracting resources secured resulting in substantial network-wide savings for Stratum Med.
Intalere collaborated with member Intermountain Healthcare and supply chain consultants National Medical Logistics to conceptualize, design and build, and implement the new Kem C. Gardner Supply Chain Center. This state-of-the-art consolidated logistics complex houses all supply chain sourcing, purchasing, warehouse, transportation and ancillary services operations for the system.