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  • Healthcare organizations are turning a critical eye to the integrity of their item masters as they plan EHR implementations. To do so, they are executing master data management strategies designed to clean up their data and maintain it over time so that they can derive the greatest value from this significant IT investment.
   
  • This 9-page white paper explores the often hidden costs associated with highly manual, disjointed and duplicative processes in the implantable device supply chain. It also considers the interrelationships between those activities and how improvements in the supply chain can have corresponding and positive impacts on the clinical and financial aspects of healthcare.
   
  • This seven-page white paper explores specific activities that increase Cost-to-Serve in healthcare and presents ways in which providers and suppliers can enact change today to increase value and reduce costs through collaboration, citing specific examples from leading provider and supplier organizations.
   
   
  • This is the third in a series of educational papers about issues related to implantable device management, including key findings from the GHX Provider and Manufacturer Advisory Boards and their associated work groups. This paper focuses on specific contract synchronization work group findings and provides best practice recommendations to help achieve contract data synchronization among trading partners.
   
  • This is the second in a series of educational papers about issues related to implantable device management, including key findings from the GHX Provider and Manufacturer Advisory Boards and their associated work groups. This paper focuses on specific PPI work group findings and provides best practice recommendations to help achieve the perfect PPI order for implantable devices.
   
  • This is the first in a series of educational papers about issues related to implantable device management, including key findings from the GHX Provider and Manufacturer Advisory Boards and their associated work groups. This initial paper provides an overview of today’s implantable device supply chain (IDSC).
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
  • Explores opportunities enabled by supply chain automation, beyond labor savings and increased productivity; covers how hospitals are documenting quantifiable hard-dollar savings achieved through e-commerce.
   
   
   
   
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Healthcare Suppliers




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  • This five-page education paper looks at how GHX is working to solve pricing alignment issues with tools such as My Exchange, Collaboration Portal and Single Channel 845. The goal is to drive down price exceptions in the industry through automation in a manner that enables continuous and sustainable savings for all trading partners.
   
   
  • This education paper for healthcare suppliers looks at data from several studies that attest to getting the fullest value from e-commerce deployment, and showcases best-in-class practices that can help manufacturers and distributors achieve savings beyond what they originally thought were possible.
   
  • This seven-page white paper explores specific activities that increase Cost-to-Serve in healthcare and presents ways in which providers and suppliers can enact change today to increase value and reduce costs through collaboration, citing specific examples from leading provider and supplier organizations.
   
  • This seven-page paper provides status codes and definitions for Purchase Order Acknowledgement line items, including Order Acknowledgement, Accepted Line Items, Backordered Items and Rejected Line Items. Following these best practices can help suppliers drive consistency across trading partners for faster transactions and simplified processes.
   
  • This is the third in a series of educational papers about issues related to implantable device management, including key findings from the GHX Provider and Manufacturer Advisory Boards and their associated work groups. This paper focuses on specific contract synchronization work group findings and provides best practice recommendations to help achieve contract data synchronization among trading partners.
   
  • This is the second in a series of educational papers about issues related to implantable device management, including key findings from the GHX Provider and Manufacturer Advisory Boards and their associated work groups. This paper focuses on specific PPI work group findings and provides best practice recommendations to help achieve the perfect PPI order for implantable devices.
   
  • This is the first in a series of educational papers about issues related to implantable device management, including key findings from the GHX Provider and Manufacturer Advisory Boards and their associated work groups. This initial paper provides an overview of today’s implantable device supply chain (IDSC).
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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