GHX accolade spotlights automation to improve performance, cut costs
Bellin Health announced today it has been recognized by healthcare supply chain leader Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) as a “Best 50” healthcare provider. For the past 13 years, GHX’s annual “Best 50” award spotlights the top North American hospitals and health systems based on their proven ability to improve operational performance while driving down costs through supply chain automation.
“The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic posed numerous challenges from a supply chain perspective, yet through automation, efficiencies and ingenuity we were able to weather the storm and ensure our commitment to quality patient care was never compromised,” said Bellin Health Supply Chain Director Jim Lynett. “I am proud of our team, and this award is a well-deserved recognition of their hard work and dedication during a very challenging time”
Honorees are selected from a pool of more than 4,100 provider organizations connected to the GHX digital trading platform that score highest in areas such as maximizing document automation, Exchange utilization and trading partner connections during the 2020 calendar year. The recipients will be recognized during Summit Live on May 26, 2021.
“Every year, GHX honors a select group of providers that are setting a high bar for healthcare supply chain excellence,” said Bruce Johnson, president and CEO, GHX. “This year’s honorees stand out given how immensely challenging COVID-19 was for the global healthcare supply chain. Bellin Health showed an especially deep commitment and innovative approach to removing waste, driving efficiencies and raising the quality of patient care when it was even more critical.”
The full list of 2020 winners and past winners can be found here: ghx.com/awards/best-50/