Suppliers and Professionals


The mission of the HealthTrust is to strengthen relationships and provide quality service to our members and patients.

All prospective Group Purchasing suppliers looking to be on contract with HealthTrust should visit our suppliers page for information about our bid process.

Prospective HealthTrust GPO Suppliers

  1. I would like to learn how to become a GPO supplier with HealthTrust. Where do I get started?

Here at HealthTrust we are always looking to partner with suppliers. It’s important for you to learn about our bid process and contract schedule. Visit our supplier section for a wealth of information.

  1. I would like to submit my product or service for consideration.

All suppliers that are interested in becoming a GPO supplier with HealthTrust should create a profile.

Current HealthTrust Facility Suppliers & Professionals

  1. I am a professional providing services to a member hospital and need credentialing for facility access?

HealthTrust Workforce Enrollment Details.

  1. I am a supplier with Healthtrust, how do I begin the credentialing process for facility access?

Credentialing Resources.

Technology Innovation

  1. My products and services are innovative and on the edge of technology.

Here at HealthTrust we are always looking for health care innovation. If your product or service services care meets our definition of new technology then we want to hear from you! Head over to our Innovation Center to submit your product or service for consideration.


*“New technology” is classified as a product that, as compared to existing products:

  • Offers significant technological advancements,
  • Improves clinical outcomes or patient care in a significant way (i.e., documented reduction in procedure times, outcomes, lengths of stay, readmissions, infection rates), or
  • Streamlines work processes and/or the economics of facility operations in a significant way (i.e., increase or decrease expenses in supply chain or resource utilization).

Demonstration of the above through independent, peer-reviewed publication(s) is beneficial, but not required.*