A highly respected health care system -- one with six hospitals, more than 100 patient care locations, and 15,000 employees -- was concerned with the escalating costs of two physician preference items: spinal implants and total joints.
A large health system with historically strong financial returns asked us to uncover hidden savings. The Vizient team found $9.2 million.
Western Connecticut Health Network saved $5.8 million in 15 months -- exceeding its original $5 million goal -- and they have a projected savings of more than $16 million over the next four to five years.
Through Vizient's 340B Program Assessment, Gwinnett Health System was able to immediately lower its $40 million annual drug spend by $1.5 million - and expects greater savings to come.
Newton Medical Center, part of Atlantic Health System, had a goal to implement positive, enterprisewide changes to optimize labor utilization, improve patient experience and enhance internal culture. Along the way, they also changed the hospital's DNA.
At Vizient, we empower members with scale and connectivity that enable them to adopt competitive practices -- regardless of their organization's size. Independent Wentworth-Douglass Health Hospital can testify to that.
After an external assessment of its energy management program, the health system formulated an ambitious goal: to consume less energy year over year without any significant capital expenditures.
A California-based safety net health care system with nine facilities struggled in several labor-related areas, including core staff utilization and contract labor management. Improving labor costs was a key focus in the health system’s strategic plan to achieve $168 million in savings by 2020 without sacrificing quality of care.
In-depth network assessment and expert negotiations deliver 33 percent savings on freight management
Facing purchased services head on, backed by actionable data
and advice, uncovers several million dollars in opportunities
Blessing looked to CDB in 2015 to help them develop risk-adjusted data to drive improvement projects with like comparison groups.
Multifaceted issues challenged Health First to more efficiently collect on self-pay patients. They turned to Vizient-contracted supplier HBCS, who increased self-pay collections and improved patient satisfaction.
Taking advantage of our unmatched data and analytics and our advisory services, INTEGRIS Health saved nearly $15 million in only 12 months.
A large health system needed to align its contract labor interests. With our
multidimensional approach of Workforce Optimization specialists and exclusive
technology, the system’s staffing future is secure.
Using two of our innovative business intelligence tools, Allina Health transformed everyday supply chain operations and realized millions in savings.