Catholic Health East Realizes Major Savings from Changing GPOs
No one will dispute that reducing hospital supply costs-as long as the quality of the supplies stays the same-is a good thing. Any gains drop straight to the bottom line. But switching group purchasing organizations to get better prices may seem daunting: disrupting relationships between hospital personnel and vendors, introducing alternative products, trying to get physicians and employees to accept change.
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