Top 25 health systems by their supply chain

Cleveland Clinic and Banner Health again made the top two spots in Gartner's 14th annual Healthcare Supply Chain ranking, which included an environmental, social and governance measure for the first time. 

To determine health systems with the strongest supply chains, Gartner combined 60 percent community opinion and 40 percent quantitative data, which factors in quality of patient care, bond rating and the new ESG measure. 

Mercy fell 12 spots since last year's list, Ascension dropped from No. 11 to No. 18 and Bon Secours Mercy Health lowered seven spots. 

Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger jumped the furthest, going from No. 16 to No. 9. 

Four new additions to the list included Stanford Health Care (No. 13), Allina Health (No. 20), CommonSpirit Health (No. 21) and Sutter Health (No. 25). 

Here's the full list, which was published Nov. 9: 

1. Cleveland Clinic

2. Banner Health (Phoenix)

3. Corewell Health (Grand Rapids and Southfield, Mich.)

4. Advocate Aurora Health (Downers Grove, Ill., and Milwaukee)

5. Ochsner Health System (New Orleans)

6. AdventHealth (Altamonte Springs, Fla.)

7. UPMC (Pittsburgh)

8. BJC HealthCare (St. Louis)

9. Geisinger (Danville, Pa.)

10. Baylor Scott & White Health (Dallas)

11. Trinity Health (Livonia, Mich.)

12. Northwestern Medicine (Chicago)

13. Stanford Health Care (Palo Alto, Calif.)

14. Bon Secours Mercy Health (Cincinnati)

15. Rush Health (Chicago)

16. Scripps Health (San Diego)

17. Mercy (Chesterfield, Mo.)

18. Novant Health (Charlotte, N.C.)

19. Ascension (St. Louis)

20. Allina Health (Minneapolis)

21. CommonSpirit Health (Chicago)

22. Duke Health (Durham, N.C.)

23. Sentara Healthcare (Norfolk, Va.)

24. Providence (Renton, Wash.)

25. Sutter Health (Sacramento, Calif.)

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