CME Corp, HPS Reach Agreement for Healthcare Equipment and Logistics Services

February 28, 2020

CME Corp (CME) and HPS  announced a new agreement that will help hundreds of facilities nationwide reduce the cost of healthcare equipment and increase the efficiencies of maintenance and logistics processes.

HPS has more than 1,400 members in the medical, medical associate and senior living groups that will benefit from this new partnership – making it an ideal partner for CME, which has been expanding rapidly for several years with its brand of equipment sourcing and planning for healthcare facilities. 

Using its nationwide warehousing capabilities and established relationships with more than 1,400 manufacturing partners, CME will provide direct staging, direct-to-site delivery and on-site installation including clean-up. Additionally, CME’s team of biomedical technicians will provide HPS members with maintenance and advanced back-up service needs, supplementing member biomedical teams if desired. At a time when qualified biomedical technicians are at a premium, HPS members will have increased access to the experts at CME.

The agreement spans two years with options to renew two additional two-year periods through 2026.

 

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