Capital purchases represent approximately 25% of a hospital’s budget. This makes make capital planning and purchasing one of the most complex procurement challenges for health care organizations.

Through our popular Group Buys program, Vizient has saved members more than $3.2 billion to date on major equipment purchases for their imaging, cardiovascular, surgical and other departments. In addition to limited-time price savings, suppliers may offer special added value in additional areas like life-cycle costs, extended warranties, software value, training, service upgrades and more.

More than just equipment

Value extends beyond these capital categories, however. Each quarter includes savings opportunities on medical, food, pharmacy, laboratory and other products.

New offerings and promotional value are available each quarter.

Suppliers find value in Group Buys

Group Buys help suppliers maximize opportunities and meet business goals by offering Vizient members exclusive, limited-time access to enhanced savings and value on high-quality contracted products and services. Login to Supplier Dashboard to learn more.

Learn more about Group Buys

Contact our team at groupbuy@vizientinc.com for additional program information.

Group Buys resources

                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Vizient members have exclusive access to additional resources and information.

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