Wednesday 30th Sep 2020 - Logistics & Supply Chain

Intermountain tops Gartner healthcare ranking

Intermountain Healthcare has taken the top spot in Gartner’s Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 for 20156. It was followed by Cardinal Health and Mayo Foundation.

Gartner said Intermountain’s journey to the top “is the culmination of strategy, talent and capital coming together in a sustained effort to transform its supply chain. The provider delivered on an initiative to standardize across 62 clinical product categories with alignment and buy-in from the C-Suite. That effort generated $24 million in savings in clinical commodity products.”

Stephen Meyer, research director at Gartner, said: “One aspect of being patient and demand driven is already universal in the industry — every player in the value chain is aware that there is a patient requiring care at the end. Leading organizations understand satisfying a customer is more than just treating a patient’s disease or condition. Patient expectations of treatment cost, location and convenience are an opportunity that leaders from all industry segments are using to define their supply chains.”

Healthcare supply chain top 25

  1. Intermountain Healthcare
  2. Cardinal Health
  3. Mayo Foundation
  4. Mercy
  5. McKesson
  6. Owens & Minor
  7. CVS Health
  8. Johnson & Johnson
  9. AmerisourceBergen
  10. Cleveland Clinic
  11. Walgreens Boots Alliance
  12. Banner Health
  13. Medtronic
  14. Ascension Health
  15. Ochsner Health System
  16. BD
  17. Novartis
  18. Pfizer
  19. Advocate Health Care
  20. Amgen
  21. BJC HealthCare
  22. Henry Schein
  23. Duke University Health System
  24. Roche
  25. Abbott

Source: Gartner

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