Why Loma Linda Healthcare Chose Data-Driven Spend Management
Loma Linda University Healthcare took strategic sourcing to the next level and gained serious benefits:
Healthcare Sourcing Transformation Starts with One Contract
How hospital supply chain redefined clinical spend management A large health system needed to renew a contract, but lacked bandwidth. The solution: […]
Data-Driven Spend Management Drives Physician Engagement
How a $1B+ health system transformed clinical spend management Outdated spend management and lack of visibility held this $1B+ not-for-profit health […]
Carle Health: How Data Insights Win Physician Alignment
The Director of Strategic Sourcing at Carle Health oversees a complex supply chain and depends on physician buy-in for success.
Headquartered in Rapid City, South Dakota, Monument Health offers care in 31 medical specialties in 38 clinics and five hospitals in 12 communities […]
Regional Medical Center
Why a Regional Medical Center Implemented a New Approach for Pricing Strategy A Regional Medical Center in the Southeast needed to determine how to […]
Large Integrated Health System
Find Out How a Large Integrated Health System Took Ownership of Savings Opportunities As costs throughout the healthcare industry continue to rise, a […]
An independent third party interviews Leslie Flick, Executive Director at Health Future, LLC., to find out the impact that Curvo has had. Ms. Flick […]
An independent third party interviews Ryan Davis, Director of Materials Services at Reid Health, to find out the impact that Curvo has had.
Enloe Medical Center
An independent third party interviews Alan Weintraub, Chief Procurement Officer and Director of Support Services at Enloe Medical Center, to find out […]
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“Many supply chain teams are hamstrung by incomplete or inaccurate data collection systems. Having a partner like Curvo to clean up and make sense of the clinical data results is a huge differentiator.”
Stan Mendenhall, Editor of Orthopedic Network News