Healthcare Industry Collaboration

Providers + suppliers work together for patient supply resilience

50%

of US healthcare providers depend on SRS

Supply Disruptions

Patients depend on healthcare supplies for the lifesaving care they need. Yet natural disasters, pandemic, regulatory actions, bankruptcy, recalls, site fires, etc. wreak havoc on your supply chain, placing patients’ lives at risk.

When a key supplier suffers a disruption, it’s already too late.

Collaborate on Risk Prevention with HIRC

In the past, each organization’s risk program was a silo. Now, healthcare providers and manufacturers in the Healthcare Industry Resilience Collaborative prevent disruptions, strengthen supplier-customer relationships, and improve patient care together.

Benefits include:

1. Aligned vision

Improve patient outcomes by reducing supply disruptions

2. Data

Far more healthcare supplier data than any other solution

3. Community

Rapid progress with help from your peers who paved the way

4. Technology

Collaboration platform for healthcare supply resilience

Get involved with HIRC to secure patient care supplies against disruptions

HIRC and the leading GPO recommend only SRS for supply chain risk management

The only risk software specialized for healthcare

Healthcare organizations set SRS enhancement priorities in twice-weekly design sessions since 2018.

#1 in healthcare supplier data

More healthcare suppliers participate with SRS because they stay in control of their data, save time, and strengthen relationships with more customers.

Patient care mission

Our mission to improve patient care through risk collaboration requires all healthcare organizations to get involved. Our unique affordability supports our mission.

Move from Reaction
to Prevention

Your suppliers cut disruptions by 60% on average by putting specific protections in place at their production sites.
Your Sourcing team saves effort by digitizing risk monitoring and prevention.

Act Now

Collaborate with other healthcare organizations to cut patient care supply disruptions.