Author: Randy

Join the Community – Clinch Memorial

Clinch Memorial Hospital in Homerville, GA uses our platform solution for their Vendor Compliance and Quality Program, as well as Vendor Contract Management. This applies to vendors that provide services remotely or on-site and any product that enters their facility via shipping or delivery representative.

Lack of Transparency Between Healthcare’s Stakeholders

At the forefront of industry discussions is creating a universal healthcare platform that addresses the needs of multiple stakeholders that will eliminate operational variances optimizing overall performance factors that lead to improved efficiencies and quality of care objectives.  

One Pass Access Solution

A SaaS connecting a community network of healthcare organizations to seamlessly share and obtain vital business information increasing transparencies, eliminating variances that will positively impact the patient’s quality of care.  

Scalable Enterprise Solution

One Stop Shop providing an integrated, interoperable platform for Vendor Quality & Compliance, Liability & Risk Management, Sourcing & Contract Management, and Patient Safety and Location Security.

Scalable Enterprise Solution

One Stop Shop providing an integrated, interoperable platform for Vendors & Suppliers to engage with Current and Potential Healthcare Customers.

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Blanket Purchase Agreements

Blanket Purchase Agreements Contracts and Details

The Program is a group of multiple-award Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPA) leveraging commercial processes and innovative enhancements established within the “evergreen” aspects of the General Services Administration (GSA) schedules program. The purpose is to incorporate dynamic teaming arrangements and to offer the right mix of professional and highly technical advisory and assistance services to Team Redstone. (more…)

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Improvement Gets a Partner

With CP2I, organizations embrace efficiency and innovation

Doing more with less is the new normal for federal government organizations. Government leaders are expected to manage change, stay current, and deliver more and better services or products—and to do so with stagnant or shrinking budgets and resources. (more…)

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