Phoenix Children's Hospital adopts Vizient's services to improve supply chain

Phoenix Children's Hospital in Arizona will now use Vizient's national contract portfolio offered through its supply chain partnership with Children's Hospital Association.

Vizient is a group purchasing organization based in Irving, Texas, that offers more than 35,000 pediatric-specific line items on contract through its portfolio.

Phoenix Children's Hospital — one of the largest in the U.S. with 422 beds — spends about $75 million a year on supply chain expenses.

Vizient's specialized pediatric program aims to improve financial and organizational performance within the hospital.

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