MedAssets helps hospitals widen their profit margins -- or at least not lose quite as much. The company's Spend and Clinical Resource Management segment operates a group purchasing organization (GPO) that negotiates lower prices on medical supplies and devices for hospitals and health systems. Its Revenue Cycle Management segment provides software and consulting services that...
Mission: MedAssets is a performance improvement company focused on helping providers realize financial and operational gains so that they can sustainably serve the needs of their...
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A passion to improve healthcare quality and effectiveness
MedAssets is at the center of improving the quality and effectiveness of the healthcare industry. From establishing best practice value for clinical and labor resources to supply pricing and procurement processes to reimbursement accuracy to payor contract management and modeling—our solutions, industry experts and data-driven methodologies are helping healthcare enterprises make informed changes to drive total cost reduction, financial optimization, clinical delivery alignment and efficiency.
Innovation and Value to Improve the Care of People
For more than a decade, we’ve been challenging convention and helping push the healthcare industry forward. What drives us is a passion for improving healthcare. The specialized talents of our people reflect our passion. We employ approximately 3,200 men and women who advise, support and perform the core business operations of more than 4,200 hospitals and 122,000 non-acute healthcare providers.
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John A. Bardis
Chairman, President, and CEO
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Plano, TX Mar 2014 – Reviewed Apr 24, 2014
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