Getting the greatest value from your IT dollar requires capabilities beyond the reach of a single facility, IDN or regional purchasing alliance. It takes the leverage of a national collective with the buying power to move market share and drive aggressive discounts on must-haves like cell phones, desktops, laptops and servers. It also takes best-in-class contract negotiators who know how to broker the best deals with market-leading suppliers.

If you choose to engage CoreTrust, the definitive GPO for non-medical services and supplies, we’ve got your back on both fronts. We have a 15-year track record of delivering sustainable, double-digit savings and streamlining purchasing operations using pre-negotiated contract terms and pricing. Our service level agreements are extremely robust, simply because the market average isn’t good enough in patient care environments. We even have third-party providers who can assist with your Microsoft needs.

Quality is always the first qualifier at CoreTrust. Every supplier, contract and configuration we offer has been vetted by an IT Advisory Board comprised of representatives from HealthTrust member hospitals. The agreements that meet their approval all include a “tech refresh” clause, ensuring new models have the same functionality as the old ones and are available at the same or better price.

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Scott Miller

Scott Miller

Instrumental in CoreTrust’s 2006 inception, Scott Miller has spent the last six years as a vice president, responsible for business development and building member relationships. Previously, Miller worked in both Financial and Account operations for HealthTrust, a Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) and Parallon company. He also worked as an auditor at HCA for two years. Upon graduating from Harding University with his bachelor’s degree in accounting and business management, Miller was employed in the banking industry. More Articles by This Author »