Benefits of partnering with suppliers

Benefits are lost when healthcare facility leaders and vendors don't develop the customer relationship into a partnership

April 14, 2016

Benefits are lost when healthcare facility leaders and vendors don't develop the customer relationship into a partnership, according to an article on the FacilityCare website.

Trust needs to be fostered as neither the buyers and the sellers can have their needs met without a baseline of trust.

Buyers need high-quality products at a fair and price. And sellers need to achieve results with reasonable profit margins. 

Buyers and the sellers should have a frank discussion early in the process to talk about each other’s vested needs in relation to the best outcome needed to achieve a shared goal.

Read the article.

 

 




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