February 23, 2017
Cleveland, Ohio – February 21, 2017 – PartsSource, a leading provider of medical products and technology solutions, announced that SCL Health selected PartsSource Pro as a key resource to consolidate vendor management, reduce supply chain costs and streamline its purchasing process.
PartsSource Pro is a cloud-based software platform that provides a customized buyer catalog of 4M SKUs, workflow and decision support, spend and vendor KPIs, EDI ordering and integration into local financial software systems to support simple online purchasing thru payment reconciliation. SCL Health chose PartsSource Pro across its twelve hospitals to enable its staff to efficiently order products from thousands of healthcare suppliers while gaining visibility and purchasing control over spend and supplier performance.
“PartsSource had a previous relationship with Jason Behm, System Director of Clinical Engineering at SCL Health when he was part of Essentia Health,” President and CEO of PartsSource, Philip Settimi MD explained. “We are delighted he chose to translate his prior success and outcomes. The PartsSource Pro solution for SCL Health provides the entire health system one consistent and simple process for on-demand goods and services.”
About PartsSource. Using industry best practices and evidence-based decision support, PartsSource is empowering its customers to drive costs out of the healthcare delivery system while improving outcomes. PartsSource automates complex and time-consuming work thru the industry’s only online, fully integrated medical replacement products and repair parts marketplace. PartsSource facilitates more than 2,000,000 transactions annually by connecting 5,000 OEMs and suppliers to over 7,500 hospitals and clinical sites worldwide.
About SCL. SCL is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization dedicated to improving the health of the people and communities it serves, especially the poor and vulnerable. SCL’s $2.5 billion health network aspires to provide comprehensive, coordinated care through its 12 hospitals, more than 210 ambulatory service centers, home health care, hospice, mental health care, and safety-net services in three states — Colorado, Kansas and Montana