H-Source, United Iroquois enter promotion, service deal
H-SOURCE HOLDINGS Ltd. has entered into a joint promotion and service agreement with United Iroquois Shared Services Inc. (UISS), the for-profit division of Iroquois Healthcare. UISS consists of over 500 members, including hospitals, surgery centres, nursing homes, physician groups, health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and other health care providers. The H-Source platform will enable association members a direct cloud-based marketplace to buy and sell surplus inventory and supplies with one other, further enabling members to collaborate to recover cost, reduce spend and eliminate supply chain waste. Additionally, UISS members have access to the aggregate H-Source marketplace of member facilities.
Michael Bevivino, UISS director of supply chain strategies, said: “I believe that this is truly a great service, and I am glad that H-Source can help us bring it to our members. We look forward to working with H-Source Holdings Ltd.”
“We are excited to work with United Iroquois Shared Services Inc. UISS is an exemplary health care organization with a diverse and storied group of members, spanning the entire care continuum, and we are honoured to have the opportunity to serve each of them,” commented John Kupice, chief executive officer and director of H-Source. “We look forward to jointly creating value and improving supply chain efficiency across the continuum of care for UISS and its members.”
About H-Source Holdings Inc.
H-Source Holdings is a technology company operating within the health care industry through its wholly owned subsidiary, H-Source Inc. The company has developed a transaction platform that provides a private, secure and trusted marketplace for member hospitals to buy, sell and transfer excess inventory supplies and capital equipment with one other. Member hospitals can conduct secure transactions within integrated delivery networks, the complete H-Source network or customize their own group hospitals using H-Source’s built-in filters. This network is specifically designed to reduce health care costs and medical product waste.
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