The pharmaceutical manufacturer’s primary focus is to develop and market a broad array of pharmaceutical products and aggressively build a world-class product portfolio. To accomplish its goals, the company needed contract management systems that were straightforward, easy to use and flexible enough to adapt to their rapidly growing business. Read how they did it!
This company has rapidly become one of the fastest growing generic pharmaceutical companies. Their commitment to uncompromised quality of their products and services allows them to manufacture under the highest international standards. With 130 products marketed around the world, the company’s growth is expected to increase significantly over the next few years. To accomplish their goals, they needed revenue and compliance management systems that were easy to use and scalable to their growing business. Read how they did it!
Bakersfield Heart Hospital specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular disease, but also care for a wide range of other medical and surgical patients. Their previous contract management system was cost prohibitive and lacked configurability. Bakersfield migrated to Universal Contract Manager and improved their contract management processes. Read how they did it!
Cullman Regional Medical Center’s success with iContracts UCM is both wide and deep. Among the contract types managed in the system are Supply Chain contracts, Clinical service agreements, Physician Agreements,Insurance, Pricing agreements, Business Associate Agreements, and others. The system is also configured to support the Joint Commission process and other audits as necessary or mandated. Read how they did it!
Tennessee Health Management’s goal is to be the premier provider of long-term care services and a source of pride not only for our employees, but for the residents, their families and our neighbors. A critical component of THM’s plan for success was to leverage their contracts to take advantage of economies of scale when purchasing, managing the whole process of negotiating good contracts and providing a framework to evaluate all contracts to determine if they are worth continuing. Read how they did it!
Kathleen McSchooler was tasked with the management of policies for IOH. She recognized the opportunity cost of maintaining a manual system where policies were stored on a shared drive and in binders. Staff members could not find information quickly, and it was time-consuming to do policy reviews. Since information was stored in multiple locations and maintained manually, policies also lacked consistent formatting. Read how they did it!
Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare (JHSMH) was created when two health systems joined together in 2005 – Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services and CARITAS Health Services. A growing hospital, JHSMH needed a system powerful enough to aid coordination and collaboration among departments. The hospital began implementation with PolicyStat in March 2010 in hopes of fulfilling their need to share policies, discuss best practices and centralize policies into one common repository. Read how they did it!
Georgetown Community Hospital is a 75-bed acute care facility with an award-winning history of providing excellence in healthcare. Georgetown needed a system that could facilitate their 30+ managers who were involved in writing, editing and creating policies. They needed a policy manual software to make searching quick and easy, streamline the approval process and improve policy automation and tracking. Read how they did it!
Southwest Regional Rehabilitation Center (SRRC), located in Battle Creek, Michigan, has been in existence since 1921. They approached PolicyStat needing a quick-to-implement solution that would dramatically reduce the amount of manual processes needed to get policies approved. With approvals going through multiple stages and lasting an average of five months, their decision to implement a policy manual software was an easy one. Read how they did it!
St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana (SVHCI) is an entire complex of facilities and medical specialists focused on providing advanced, specialized treatment of cardiovascular disease. In 2006, the leadership team recognized the need to replace its manual, error-prone and labor-intensive policy management process. Policy documents were being lost, and multiple versions of the same policies and procedures were being reviewed and approved concurrently. This resulted in confusion, lost productivity and overall ineffectiveness. SVHCI decided to implement the PolicyStat software to automate and streamline these processes. Read how they did it!