Tecomet

Tecomet’s new leadership team is rightsizing its supply chain operations

with a focus on lean principles and continuous improvement.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Tecomet is known throughout the world as an industry leader in manufacturing solutions for complex, high-precision products and services for the medical device, aerospace and defense markets. “What sets us apart is the breadth of our manufacturing capacity and the depth of our technical capabilities,” says Robert Sheppard, vice president of global supply chain.

Steward

Steward Health Care streamlines its supply chain and expands its operations.

By Chris Kelsch

Unlike most supply chain executives, Keri McCrensky, vice president of supply chain for Steward Health Care, did not cut her teeth handling various issues with ordering and pricing that inevitably come up in supply chain management. Instead, she started her career in healthcare IT and data analytics, which gave her significant experience in creating interfaces and building infrastructure designed to streamline complex tasks such as managing contracts and purchase orders.

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St. Lukes

St. Luke’s University Health Network in Pennsylvania uses supply chain standardization

to keep pace with its fast growth.

By Tim O’Connor

Few healthcare systems around the country are growing as rapidly as St. Luke University Health Network in eastern Pennsylvania. Within the past few months, the seven-hospital health network announced plans to merge with Sacred Heart Hospital and Blue Mountain Health System, which will add three more hospitals to its system, and announced plans to build another hospital in Orwigsburg, Pa.

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PartsSource web photo 1 PartsSource offers hospitals a single source for their parts and services needs to reduce supply chain costs and increase asset uptime.

By Jim Harris

Healthcare providers look to PartsSource as a single source for biomedical and diagnostic imaging on-demand products. We are often described as being part Amazon, part group purchasing organization [GPO] and part enterprise resource planning system, President and CEO Dr. Phil Settimi says.

The Cleveland, Ohio-headquartered company delivers the industrys only online, fully integrated medical products and parts procurement e-commerce marketplace for hospitals, clinical sites and health systems across the country. Some hospitals have to work with hundreds of vendors to keep their hospital equipment running, adds Kate Shafer, director of marketing and communications. PartsSource is able to manage all those vendors on their behalf. The customer knows they can use the same ordering process for everything they need and PartsSource acts as part of their supply chain.

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