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SpendMend Adds Multiple Solutions to Conductiv Agreement

SpendMend, the leading provider of solutions to optimize the cost-cycle for hospitals and healthcare networks, today announced an expansion of their solution offerings through Conductiv, the nation’s only end-to-end third-party lifecycle improvement company.

SpendMend holds the distinction as the first healthcare industry provider to have been awarded a group purchasing agreement with Conductiv Contracts. Building on several years of joint success, Conductiv is now promoting SpendMend’s Medical Device Explant Tracking, Pharmacy Spend Optimization as well as multiple 340B solutions to Conductiv’s vast nationwide membership.

“We’re always pleased to expand our catalogue of value-generating supplier solutions,” says Mickey Meehan, COO, Conductiv, “for years, we’ve recognized the consistency and quality of SpendMend’s offerings, and we’re excited to build on our successful relationship and drive additional value to our members.”

“We admire Conductiv’s unique approach, uniting an alliance of buyers and suppliers to help reshape how healthcare systems acquire services,” states Dan Geelhoed, CEO of SpendMend. “By adding more of our solutions into group purchasing agreements with Conductiv, we know we will drive more value to hospitals and ultimately that means we are helping those facilities to better fund patient care.”

The expanded solution offering is immediately available to the entire network of Conductiv member hospitals and healthcare facilities.

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