New York ASC recognized for supply chain performance — 22 winners

OpenMarkets recognized Port Jefferson Station, N.Y.-based Port Jefferson Surgery Center for its commitment to eliminating waste in the healthcare supply chain and improving equipment transactions, HealthCareBusiness Daily News reports.

OpenMarkets selected providers who embrace a data-centric, online approach to supplier collaboration in the second quarter of 2018. Top-performing providers also demonstrated a sustained, increasing level of commitment to working with equipment suppliers on the OpenMarkets platform.

Here are the 22 top-performing providers:

1. Avera Health (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
2. Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters (Norfolk, Va.)
3. Children's National Hospital (Washington, D.C.)
4. CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals & Clinic (Tyler, Texas)
5. Graham (Texas) Regional Medical Center
6. Gunderson Health (LaCrosse, Wis.)
7. Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital (Thermopolis, Wyo.)
8. Johnson Regional Medical Center (Clarksville, Ark.)
9. Medical Center Health System (McAllen, Texas)
10. Merritt Healthcare (Ridgefield, Conn.)
11. Norman (Okla.) Regional Hospital
12. NYU Langone Medical Center (New York City)
13. Pineville (Ky.) Community Hospital
14. Plumas District Hospital (Quincy, Calif.)
15. Port Jefferson Surgery Center
16. Rio Grande Hospital (Del Norte, Colo.)
17. Seneca Healthcare District Hospital (Chester, Calif.)
18. Seton Medical Center Harker Heights (Killeen, Texas)
19. Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (Bennington)
20. Stamford (Texas) Memorial Hospital
21. UC Davis (Sacramento)
22. United Regional Health Care System (Wichita Falls, Texas)

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