11 Hospitals Receive Healthcare Supply Chain Excellence Award

ECRI awards 11 hospitals for supply chain excellence.

By HFT Staff
August 8, 2022

ECRI has revealed the winners of its eleventh annual Healthcare Supply Chain Excellence Award. The award recognizes U.S. healthcare organizations for achieving excellence in overall spend management and adopting best practices into their supply chain processes.  

ECRI's 2022 Healthcare Supply Chain Excellence Award winners are: 

  • Broward Health, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
  • Children's Health, Irving, Texas 
  • Jackson Health System, Miami, Florida 
  • JPS Health Network, Fort Worth, Texas 
  • Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, Ohio 
  • New York City Health + Hospitals Corp., New York, New York 
  • The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio 
  • The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas 
  • United Health Services Hospitals, Binghamton, New York 
  • Universal Health Services, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 
  • University of Mississippi Medical Center | Jackson, Mississippi 

"Since 2020, U.S. hospitals have faced extraordinary pandemic-related challenges pertaining to medical supply disruptions and shortages, and other global market forces. This year, it is especially rewarding to recognize eleven of our healthcare members for overcoming obstacles and achieving overall supply chain successes using our data-driven solutions," says Marcus Schabacker, president and chief executive officer of ECRI. "A big congratulations to our winners. We are honored to partner with them in keeping patients safe." 

The Healthcare Supply Chain Excellence Award recognizes members of ECRI's portfolio of supply chain services who demonstrate exemplary utilization of services across the procurement lifecycle, including budgeting, benchmarking, technology assessment, and strategic development. As part of the selection process, ECRI evaluated candidates' 2021 spend management and market analytics efforts for capital medical devices, supplies, physician preference items, service contracts, and reagents. 

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