Deep and reliable data that can handle the specificity and complexity of clinical products with accuracy.
Clinicians need to go deeper than apples to apples comparisons. They need highly-relevant, like-for-like detailed comparisons of their data, while still being highly accurate and timely.
Strong clinical product data requires breadth across all procedural service lines, as well as depth into complex categories like orthopedics and cardiovascular. Curvo provides both breadth and depth of data to serve as the strong foundation for collaboration, innovation, and growth.
Automated, recurring enrichments that drive accuracy and fuel innovative clinical analysis.
Data Grooming & Normalization.
Cleanse and normalize your clinical product data with vendor information, part number, and detailed descriptions.
Supply Spend Enrichments
Match your PO data with GTIN, GMDN, product line, benchmarks, and savings opportunity enrichments.
Constructs and Procedures Enrichments
Understand all the components that make up a clinical construct by physician, procedure type and vendor and rebuild those same practice patterns at market benchmarks.
ONN Enrichments and GIC Classification
Leverage the most powerful classification system purpose-built for complex clinical parts and products.
Achieve accurate category views with a clinical product classification system that differentiates between coated or uncoated, revision or primary components, and accounts for size differences and material.
Fast answers that save time, power negotiations, inform new product research, and drive real savings.
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5 Savings Opportunities for Supply Chain Management
We’ve identified 5 savings opportunities that often fall through the cracks for healthcare supply chain teams, either due to capacity issues or the difficulty of executing the savings opportunities manually or with legacy GPO tools. And don’t worry – we’ve also outlined solutions you can use to successfully tackle each challenge. Download for the full article.
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