Michigan Medicine recognized as one of the best health care providers for supply chain excellence
Congratulations to Michigan Medicine, which was recently recognized as one of the nation’s health care supply chain leaders by Global Healthcare Exchange.
The organization made GHX’s “Best 50” list for health care providers, which spotlights the top North American hospitals and health systems based on their proven ability to improve operational performance while driving down costs through supply chain transaction automation.
“We are so proud of our supply chain teams for earning this prestigious honor,” said Kristine Komives, senior director of supply chain services. “The past two years have been a challenge, but our teams have stepped up time and time again to ensure we continue to leverage investment in technology to ensure we have the necessary supplies and resources to carry out our mission every day.”
Honorees are selected from a pool of more than 4,100 provider organizations connected to the GHX digital trading platform that score highest in areas such as maximizing document automation, exchange utilization and trading partner connections during 2021.
“The GHX Best 50 honorees have once again proven that by tapping into the expertise of supply chain teams, delivering outstanding care at lower costs is possible,” said Bruce Johnson, president and CEO of GHX. “Even as COVID-19 continues to create a challenging environment for health care providers, organizations like Michigan Medicine have created greater efficiencies and eliminated waste, ultimately helping to deliver more value for patients.”
The full list of 2021 winners and past winners can be found here: www.ghx.com/awards/best-50/.