Synthium Health Featured in Medical Design & Outsourcing

Is a cloud-based solution pioneering the way in healthcare supply chain management?

Healthcare supply chain management is a unique ecommerce marketplace. The idea is to bring together healthcare providers, suppliers and other trading partners for simplified, efficient and cost-effective exchanges that build business and free up healthcare providers from mundane, time-consuming supply chain task. Synthium Health believes its advanced, cloud-enabled platform accomplishes this and more. CONTINUE READING…

Synthium Health’s “Go Direct” Initiative (Healthcare Supply Chain Option) Attracting Crowdfunding

MARIETTA, GA – APRIL 25, 2016 – According to Markets & Markets research, the global healthcare supply chain market was valued at $9.2 billion in 2014 and is poised to grow at a CAGR of 8.3% from 2014 to 2019 to reach $13.8 billion by 2019. The North American market is expected to grow at the highest rate, with the need to lower healthcare costs being the major driver for this market. In an effort to help reduce these costs, Synthium Health engineered a “Go Direct” online supply chain management solution to enable eCommerce between healthcare providers and suppliers to manage their purchase acquisition.Continue reading

B2B eCommerce Marketplace: Transforming Healthcare For Providers

If you are a healthcare provider, or you are connected to purchasing for a large healthcare organization like a hospital, the B2B revolution is coming to you soon. Services and responsiveness similar to those seen on Amazon are the target for online sellers with many benefits to you and your organization. These benefits will be particularly important as we move into the new Affordable Care Act’s value-based purchasing world.
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Jetson-esque Healthcare

Maybe you remember the ‘60s cartoon, The Jetsons – about the futuristic family living in 2062, with all their hi-tech gadgets and automation? It couldn’t get any better than seeing cool innovations like flat-screen TVs, video calling, conveyor sidewalks, the internet, and even MRIs and EKGs. But it’s now a reality. And with the digital explosion happening around us, it feels like I’m stepping into the Skypad Apartments.
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