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Surgence Partners with Mayo Clinic for Healthcare Digital Supply Chain

Written by : Nikita Saha

July 1, 2024

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Utilizing the expertise of the Mayo Clinic supply chain, Surgence seeks to transform massive amounts of disparate data into actionable information.

Surgence, a cloud-based digital platform developed by Concordance Innovations, a subsidiary of Concordance Healthcare Solutions, has collaborated with Mayo Clinic to integrate Surgence into its digital supply chain.

This partnership aims to link trading collaborators' supply chains within a secure, agnostic, cloud-based platform.

"We are incredibly honored to collaborate with Mayo Clinic to build a thriving ecosystem leveraging the power of flexible software and industry expertise. Together we are seeking to use data and analytics to maximize the value of the healthcare supply chain and ultimately improve patient care," said Lisa Hohman, CEO, Concordance Healthcare Solutions.

What Does the Partnership Seek?

Per the deal, Surgence seeks to offer near real-time visibility upstream and downstream, facilitating more informed, proactive decision-making.

Further, Surgene will leverage Mayo Clinic’s expertise in the supply chain to transform massive amounts of disparate data into actionable information.

Additionally, the cloud-based digital platform embeds alerts and workflows into applications, integrating insights with actions to streamline order management, enhance predictive forecasting, and unlock new organizational value.

"Our teams aim to advance what is possible in the healthcare supply chain for the betterment of our entire industry," said Cody Fisher, president, Concordance Innovations.

Founded in 2016, Concordance Healthcare Solutions emerged from the merger of three premier healthcare distributors, bringing together over 175 years of combined industry experience.

It offers personalized service to address the needs of customers across the continuum of care from hospitals and health systems to integrated delivery networks. Their goal is to support healthcare providers by ensuring timely access to quality medical supplies and healthcare equipment.

Surgence, on the other hand, integrates flexible connectivity and development, advanced analytics, alerts, and workflow capabilities to enable proactive decision-making, risk mitigation, and collaborative forecasting to advance the healthcare supply chain.

By facilitating collaboration among diverse stakeholders, Surgence aims to create a more resilient and agile healthcare supply chain ecosystem.

Mayo Clinic’s Recent Healthcare Developments

Recently, Mayo Clinic collaborated with Zipline, a drone delivery and logistics company.

Per the agreement, Mayo Clinic aimed to utilize Zipline's Platform 2 (P2) drone system for delivering medications and supplies directly to patients' residences from its clinic sites in Jacksonville, Florida, and Rochester, Minnesota. Zipline's autonomous drones, known for their zero-emission capabilities, facilitate swift delivery of essential medical items.

In April, an AI-powered stethoscope received FDA clearance for its advanced algorithm designed to predict heart failure. The project is a collaborative effort between Mayo Clinic researchers and the healthtech startup Eko Health. Mayo Clinic contributed the algorithm, while Eko Health developed the hardware.

Founded in 1864 by William Worrall Mayo, Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit American academic medical center. Its mission revolves around integrated healthcare, education, and research.


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