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MD Buyline and St. Joseph Health System Purchased Service Experts to Speak at HFMA’s ANI 2014

MD Buyline is pleased to announce that purchased services experts from MD Buyline and member hospital St. Joseph Health System will present at HFMA’s ANI: The 2014 National Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada.

MD Buyline is honored to host the breakout session “Taking Control of Purchased Services Using Value Analysis” on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. This session will explore how St. Joseph Health System reduced their purchased services spend by using MD Buyline’s value analysis approach. Session attendees will learn how to determine what data, tools and resources to use to achieve potential savings, how to define a value analysis process to manage their purchased services initiatives, how to define and categorize the purchased services that have a direct impact on P&L, and how to identify high-impact purchased services categories for immediate review.

Conference participants can speak with MD Buyline’s purchased services experts one-on-one at booth 1241 located in The Venetian Expo Center.

About MD Buyline

Healthcare providers recognize MD Buyline as the leading provider of evidence-based information and research. By creating transparency and fostering consultative relationships, MD Buyline has partnered with providers for more than three decades to identify cost reduction opportunities for purchased services, consumables, capital and IT. Providers rely on MD Buyline’s data and clinical analysts for financial and clinical insight to reach long- and short-term goals. For more information, please visit www.mdbuyline.com, and follow MD Buyline on Twitter, @MDBuyline.

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