SFHCP Announces New Purchasing Program
Saint Francis Healthcare Partners (SFHCP) is committed to providing our members with value-added programs that make a positive impact on the financial success and sustainability of our member practices. Our immediate goal is to provide you with a highly competitive pricing advantage for medical and office supplies. Our long term goal is to provide you substantial savings opportunities over a broad scope of products and services.
SFHCP is pleased to announce our partnership with a group purchasing organization (GPO) AdvantageTrust®, a division of HealthTrust which is an industry leading healthcare GPO. GPO’s leverage the combined purchasing volume of its participating members and negotiate discounts based on that higher volume. HealthTrust has $27.5 billion in committed purchase volume guaranteeing its members’ industry best pricing.
AdvantageTrust® offers affiliated physician practices the same buying power as hospitals and large healthcare facilities. Pricing is based on a one price for all philosophy providing great leverage.
Our partnership with the AdvantageTrust® offers SFHCP members the following benefits:
- Savings consistently better than competing group purchasing organizations by 7 to 12%
- Average savings of 22% on office supplies and 20% on medical supplies
- No membership fees
- Suppliers that are industry leaders
- Easy enrollment process
- The GPO manages the details of the supplier contracts
- Access to ALL HealthTrust suppliers beyond the scope of medical and office equipment and supplies
SFHCP is pleased to bring you this outstanding opportunity to reduce your medical and office expenditures. We are also committed to assisting you in any way we can throughout the enrollment process and to serve as a resource during your relationship with AdvantageTrust®.
Every potential member wants to know how much the program will save, although the answers are different for every member. Over the years of working with facilities, we can provide you with an accurate estimate of savings by category.
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