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Henry Ford Health System Joins Prodigo's Growing Family of Leading Providers

April 30, 2019

Pittsburgh, PA — Prodigo Solutions, whose supply chain management solutions are used to improve health system supply chain performance, is pleased to announce that Detroit’s Henry Ford Health System has selected its platform to drive contract compliance and more effective clinical collaborations.

Founded in 1915 by auto pioneer Henry Ford and now one of the nation's leading health care providers, Henry Ford Health System is a not-for-profit encompassing six hospitals and one of the nation’s largest group practices, with more than 1,200 physicians practicing in over 40 specialties.

“The Henry Ford health brand is synonymous with high quality care and operational thought leadership,” said Joe Mayernik, Prodigo’s CEO. “Henry Ford’s selection of Prodigo further enhances the value of a customer network that already includes more than half of our nation’s top IDNs [Integrated Delivery Networks].”

“Tactically speaking, the ease and speed at which we were able to get up and running surprised us,” said Ellen Hasson, Henry Ford’s lead Procurement Architect on the project. “Strategically speaking, new, Prodigo-enabled capabilities continue to reveal themselves. The insights and controls we are discovering are game changers.”

 

About Prodigo Solutions

Prodigo manages the nation’s largest healthcare supply market data repository. With more than 25 million products and services under management, representing $15 billion in annual transaction volume, our solutions resolve long-standing item master data management and point of service (POS) requisitioning challenges. By solving the data problem and delivering procurement controls to shape POS behavior, Prodigo is used to establish standards, enforce compliance and optimize contract utilization. Integral to the daily workflows of nearly 500,000 clinicians and deployed as a performance-extension to ERP, Prodigo is foundational to value-based, clinically integrated supply chains.