32+ supply chain companies for orthopedic & spine ASCs to know

Orthopedic and spine driven ASCs have complex supply chains, including surgical supplies, implants and physician preference items.

Here are 33 supply chain companies for orthopedic and spine ASCs to know. Contact Laura Dyrda at ldyrda@beckershealthcare.com to add companies to this list.

Cardinal Health (Dublin, Ohio). Cardinal Health is a global, integrated healthcare services and products company, providing customized solutions for hospital systems, pharmacies, ambulatory surgery centers, clinical laboratories and physician offices worldwide. The company provides clinically proven medical products and pharmaceuticals and cost-effective solutions that enhance supply chain efficiency from hospital to home.

Carl Zeiss (Thornwood, N.Y.). The medical technology business of Zeiss offers a comprehensive line of surgical microscopes and loupes that uncompromisingly enhance visualization during spine surgery. Zeiss supports spine surgeons in seeing more by ensuring optical precision, flexibility, fast OR setup and ease of use for surgeon, assistant and OR staff.

Centinel Spine (West Chester, Pa.). Centinel Spine is a privately-held spinal device company leading the development and commercialization of the No-Profile, Integrated Interbody fusion technologies. The company recently acquired the prodisc® Total Disc Replacement portfolio, an extensive cervical and lumbar disc replacement platform with the longest history of global clinical use.

ConforMIS (Billerica, Mass.). ConforMIS patient conforming implants are designed and manufactured using patient CT scans to avoid sizing compromises and respect each patient's natural condylar shape, corrected for deformities. In recent clinical studies, iTotal® CR demonstrated superior clinical outcomes, including better function and greater patient satisfaction compared to traditional, off-the-shelf implants.

CoreLink (Fargo, N.D.). CoreLink leverages comprehensive internal capabilities with nearly half a century of surgical device design and manufacturing expertise. CoreLink is dedicated to empowering surgeons with spinal implant systems and individual solutions tailored to make their practices better, faster and easier.

Haag-Streit (Mason, Ohio). Haag-Streit manufactures microscopes for orthopaedic spine surgeons and neurologists for both inpatient and outpatient surgeries. For over 150 years, Haag-Streit has set the standard for precision mechanics and innovation, with deep experience in light transmission and depth of field technology.

Health Care Logistics (Circleville, Ohio). Since 1978, Health Care Logistics has been an industry leader specializing in unique and hard-to- find healthcare products including compounding and dispensing items, infection prevention supplies and unit dose packaging. We offer small package quantities, free samples and ship most orders the same day. Our hassle-free return policy allows customers to return any product at any time for any reason.

Henry Schein Medical (Melville, N.Y.). Henry Schein is a Fortune 300 company with 80-plus years of experience serving healthcare practitioners. Henry Schein provides access to a network of products, services and solutions designed for ASCs. We distribute surgical supplies, equipment and pharmaceutical products to support ASC procedures. By leveraging innovative solutions, state-of-the-art distribution capabilities and our global infrastructure, we assist our customers to operate both profitability and efficiently.

Hybrent. Hybrent's software and services bring intelligence and operational efficiency to surgery center supply chain management. Hybrent's technology aggregates product data from vendors and makes ordering fast, mobile and smart. Hybrent completes the purchasing processes by automatically synching invoices with the accounting system. In addition, Hybrent delivers actionable data that allows administrators to maximize productivity, reduce cost and increase profitability.

Inventory Optimization Solutions (Aliso Viejo, Calif.). Inventory Optimization Solutions offers a cloud based procure-to-pay supply chain solution that will help automate many manual non-value add activities around managing supplies within a surgery center. With more than 5,000 healthcare facilities live today, IOS has carved out a leadership position with stellar customer service and years of innovative technology development.

Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Companies (New Brunswick, N.J.). The Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies' purpose is to reach more patients and restore more lives. Having advanced patient care for more than a century, these companies represent an unparalleled breadth of products, services, programs and research and development capabilities in surgical technology, orthopedics, cardiovascular and specialty solutions with an offering directed at delivering clinical and economic value to healthcare systems worldwide.

Mazor Robotics (Caesarea, Israel). Mazor Robotics believes in healing through innovation by developing and introducing revolutionary technologies and products aimed at redefining the gold standard of quality care. Mazor Robotics Guidance Systems enable surgeons to conduct spine and brain procedures in a precise manner.

McKesson Medical-Surgical (Glendale Heights, Ill.). Products and solutions designed to help you deliver better business performance. McKesson has a comprehensive program developed specifically to address the unique needs of an ASC. From a full range of products and equipment, to a suite of leading supply channel technology solutions and business related services, our resources empower ASCs to more effectively manage their businesses.

Medacta (Chicago). Medacta® International is a manufacturer of orthopedic implants, neurosurgical systems and instrumentation. Medacta's approach and responsible innovation have resulted in standard of care breakthroughs in hip replacement with the AMIS® system and total knee replacement with MyKnee® patient matched technology.

Meditech Spine (Atlanta). Meditech Spine is an innovative organization that partners with industry leaders to design, develop and distribute medical devices that make a positive difference in the marketplace. Meditech first introduced its Talos® IBF PEEK implants and has since enhanced its portfolio with the introduction of PEEK HA for its interbody family along with the CURE anterior cervical and lumbar plating systems.

Medline (Broadview, Ill.). Medline manufactures and distributes over 350,000 products to serve the entire continuum of care. Regardless of the ASC's area of expertise, the company can help with profitability improvement, positive outcomes and operational performance. With our dedicated support team and our free ASC assessment, let us show you how we are more than a manufacturer, we are also a business partner.

Medtronic (Minneapolis). As a global leader in medical technology, services and solutions, Medtronic improves the lives and health of millions of people each year. We use our deep clinical, therapeutic, and economic expertise to address the complex challenges faced by healthcare systems today.

Orthofix (Lewisville, Texas). Orthofix is a global medical device company focused on providing superior reconstructive and regenerative orthopedic and spine solutions to physicians worldwide. The company has four strategic business units: BioStim, Biologics, Extremity Fixation and Spine Fixation, and collaborates on research with leading clinical organizations including Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation, Orthopedic Research and Education Foundation and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.

Paradigm Spine (New York City). Paradigm Spine is the manufacturer of the non-fusion coflex® Interlaminar Stabilization® device, a smart option for lumbar spinal stenosis patients. As a single piece non-fusion device that's implanted after a microsurgical decompression, patients experience immediate and lasting pain relief from their stenosis symptoms.

PharMEDium (Lake Forest, Ill.). PharMEDium is committed to patient safety. PharMEDium compounds exclusively from FDA approved sterile drugs in their finished dosage form and uses only FDA-cleared drug delivery devices in its compounding process. 100 percent of PharMEDium CSP batches are tested.

Providence Medical Technology (Pleasanton, Calif.). Providence Medical Technology helps ASCs cost-effectively perform cervical fusion surgery. Providence does this by providing shipped-sterile, single-use instruments, and implants that offer unparalleled efficiency and reduce expensive and time-consuming processing and sterilization of instrument trays. Providence is a privately-held medical device company offering "inside-the-box" cervical spine solutions.

Provista (Irving, Texas). Founded in 1994, Provista is a proven supply chain partner. In fact, Provista has expanded from healthcare to meet the needs of small businesses and Fortune 1000 firms. With extensive product coverage and billions in purchasing power, Provista connects customers in these industries to the best-priced supplies and services. But Provista goes beyond contracts, offering customers tailored procurement solutions.

Shukla Medical (St. Petersburg, Fla.). Shukla Medical® is a universal implant removal company. The company's objective is to simplify revision surgery by offering uniquely designed tools and techniques that target the removal of knee implants, hip stems, IM nails, spinal hardware and broken and stripped screws.

Spine Care Evolution (Cape Girardeau, Mo.). Spine Care Evolution is a physician led organization, through price transparency and leveraging national costs and stable implant technologies, we empower physicians to provide the highest quality of care for their patients and provide them with a healthy profit margin for their ASCs.

SpineCraft (Westmont, Ill.). SpineCraft is a privately held U.S. medical device company offering a wide range of products for addressing spinal deformities and complex spine problems, minimally invasive spine surgery, cervical and thoracolumbar degenerative conditions and non-fusion applications.

Smith & Nephew (London). Smith & Nephew is a global medical technology business dedicated to helping improve people's lives with global leadership positions in orthopedic reconstruction, sports medicine, trauma fixation, extremities and limb restoration, and advanced wound management.

Titan Spine (Mequon, Wis.). Titan Spine has revolutionized interbody fusions through the utilization of specialized surface technologies that have been proven to prompt the body to heal itself and grow bone naturally. Whereas standard interbody fusion implants act only as spacers, Titan Spine is focused on the design and manufacture of devices that participate in the fusion process through nanotechnology.

Wenzel Spine (Austin, Texas). Wenzel Spine offers minimally invasive devices treating spinal disorders. Wenzel Spine focuses on innovative surgical solutions improving the quality of spine care, simplifying procedures and reducing recovery time. Wenzel Spine designs and produces devices of the highest quality to support our surgeon clients in the care and treatment of their patients.

Vertiflex (Carlsbad, Calif.). Vertiflex is a privately held medical device company dedicated to the advancement of minimally invasive solutions for the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis. Founded in 2005, Vertiflex has developed proprietary, minimally invasive technologies for performing both indirect and direct decompressions of the lumbar spine.

Wright Medical Group (Memphis, Tenn.). Wright Medical Group is a global medical device company focused on extremities and biologics. The company delivers innovative, value-added solutions improving quality of life for patients worldwide. Wright Medical provides surgical solutions for the lower extremities, upper extremities and biologics markets, three of the fastest growing segments in orthopedics.

Xenco Medical (San Diego, Calif.). Xenco Medical is an American medical device company transforming surgical procedures and healthcare logistics through its use of materials science in single-use spinal systems. Through Xenco Medical's line of disposable, sterile-packaged spinal systems, Xenco Medical seeks to ensure that the outcome of spine surgeries reflect the ability of the surgeons rather than the limitations of their instruments.

Zimmer Biomet (Warsaw, Ind.). Zimmer Biomet Spine aims to restore mobility, alleviate pain and improve the quality of life for patients around the world by delivering surgeons a comprehensive portfolio of quality spine technologies and procedural innovation, best-in-class training, and unparalleled service via a network of responsive team members and sales professionals.

 

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