50 best healthcare supply chains in North America, rated by GHX

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Several big-name health systems in the U.S. made the Global Health Exchange's annual list of 50 best healthcare supply chains in North America.

The 2018 GHX Best 50 Supply Chains in North America  list recognizes healthcare organizations for improving operational performance and driving down costs.  

For its list, GHX assessed the performance of more than 4,100 hospitals in the U.S. and Canada connected to the GHX electronic trading exchange. The list scored several different areas, including document automation, exchange utilization and trading partner connections during the 2018 calendar year.

Here are the 50 winners, in alphabetical order:

1. Allina Health (Minneapolis)

2. Aspirus, Inc. (Wausau, Wis.)

3. Baptist Health (Jacksonville, Fla.)

4. Baptist Health (Little Rock, Ark.)

5. Blanchard Valley Health System (Findlay, Ohio)

6. Bon Secours Health System (Marriottsville, Md.)

7. Catholic Health System (Buffalo, N.Y.)

8. Children's Hospital of Alabama (Birmingham)

9. Community Medical Centers (Fresno, Calif.)

10. El Camino Hospital (Mountain View, Calif.)

11. Fairview Health Services (Minneapolis)

12. Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (Baton Rouge, La.)

13. Hackensack (N.J) Meridian Health

14. Henry Ford Health System (Detroit)

15. Lehigh Valley Health Network (Allentown, Pa.)

16. MedStar Health (Columbia, Md.)

17. Memorial Hermann Healthcare System (Houston)

18. Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor)

19. Mount Sinai Health System, (New York City)

20. North Memorial Health (Robbinsdale)

21. NorthBay Healthcare (Fairfield, Calif.)

22. NYU Langone Health (New York City)

23. Ochsner Health System (New Orleans)

24. Parkland Health & Hospital System (Dallas)

25. Parkview Medical Center, Pueblo, Colo.

26. Riverside Health System (Newport News, Va.)

27. St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center (Hartford, Conn.)

28. San Antonio Regional Hospital (Upland, Calif.)

29. Scripps Health (San Diego, Calif.)

30. Seattle Children's Hospital

31. Southwest General Health Center (Cleveland)

32. St. Joseph's Health (Syracuse, N.Y.)

33. St. Luke's Health System (Boise, Idaho)

34. Stanford (Calif.) Health Care

35. The Christ Hospital Corp. (Cincinnati)

36. Tucson (Ariz.) Medical Center

37. Tufts Medical Center (Boston)

38. UCLA Healthcare (Los Angeles)

39. UCSF Health, (San Francisco)

40. University of Florida Health (Jacksonville)

41. University of Kansas Health System (Kansas City)

42. University of Maryland Medical System (Baltimore)

43. University of Utah Health (Salt Lake City)

44. University of Virginia Health System (Charlottesville)

45. UW Medicine - Harborview Medical Center (Seattle)

46. UW Medicine - University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle)

47. UW Medicine - Valley Medical Center (Renton, Wash.)

48. Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, Tenn.)

49. Westchester Medical Center Health Network (Valhalla, N.Y.)

50. Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health System

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