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Jordan Health Selects Supply Chain Provider

December 11, 2008
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Jordan Health Systems (Plymouth, Mass.) has selected Dallas-based Broadlane to provide a broad range of supply chain services to help manage its approximate $35 million in annual spend.

Jordan will access Broadlane’s portfolio of consumable supplies, equipment, pharmaceuticals and purchased services, says the company, and utilize its client portal and e-commerce exchange to streamline purchasing processes.

Additionally, Broadlane clinicians will provide an array of consulting services to Jordan Health Systems focused on reducing the cost of specific physician preference items and improving related procurement processes, according to the company.

A not-for-profit corporation, Jordan Health Systems includes Jordan Hospital, Cranberry Hospice, the Jordan Health and Wellness Center and Jordan Physician Associates.



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