Prodigo Solutions and Indiana University Health to address how Cloud-based technology can solve supply chain challenges
Pittsburgh, PA – April 29, 2021 – Prodigo Solutions announced that healthcare supply chain experts Prodigo Solutions and Core Lead SCM, ERP Program at Indiana University Health, Tara Stone Gill, will present Prodigo & IU Health: How Cloud-Based Technology Can Solve Your Supply Chain Challenges at the upcoming virtual HIUG Interact event on June 16th at 3:00pm ETD.
Prodigo is proud to be a sponsor of the event and host the virtual presentation to tackle tough questions about IU Health’s Go-Live with Oracle Cloud integrated with Prodigo's Marketplace solution. This presentation follows Part 1 of the discussion Maximizing the value of your Cloud-ERP investment; an Oracle/Prodigo story from IU Health.
Healthcare providers will learn how they can dynamically control the item formularies, enrich their virtual items master, and easily manage data while directing requesters to preferred items and sources for each of their buying decisions. HIUG attendees are invited to attend the presentation to ask questions or meet with the presentation speakers virtually to learn more about Prodigo’s industry leading supply chain solutions.
The full HIUG Interact conference will virtually take place June 14th-16th. Please visit the HIUG website for more information.
About HIUG Interact
HIUG Interact Conference is an annual user-driven conference of Oracle application Healthcare users. The virtual conference comprises 600+ attendees, 20+ partners, and 150+ educational sessions/clinics. Meet experts and innovators from the healthcare industry communities during this three-day conference dedicated to education and networking.
About Prodigo Solutions
Prodigo Solutions is a healthcare technology company that improves provider’s financial control and reduces supply chain cost. Prodigo Solutions’ savings technology has been developed by healthcare supply chain experts to deliver tangible results across a continuum of care. Customers who use our systems purchase more than $17 billion annually for the more than 600 hospitals they operate.
For additional information please contact:
Ashby McGarry, Marketing + Communications