Commport Customer BC Clinical and Support Services (BCCSS) wins Supply Chain Organization of the Year

Commport would like to extend its congratulations to the BC Clinical and Support Services (BCCSS) organization for winning the Supply Chain Organization of the Year from the Healthcare Supply Chain Network (HSCN).

HSCN is Canada’s leading industry association for the promotion of healthcare supply chain standards and leading practices. The annual Supply Chain Organization of the Year award is granted to healthcare organizations that demonstrate excellence in teamwork, innovation, customer service, patient care and strategic planning.

BCCSS is committed to supply chain efficiency and to that end has been working with Commport on a number of initiatives aimed to support and improve their supply chain operations.  Working with both BCCSS and its vendor community, Commport is actively working to ensure that standards and best practices are in place. As a part of our efforts, we are working to on board more vendors to exchange electronic documents and are implementing a validation engine to ensure vendor conformance to the BCCSS requirements.

Effective data management using technologies such as EDI and the GDSN is a foundational requirement for all efficient healthcare supply chains and Commport is uniquely positioned to work with our customers to support their supply chain operations.

Congrats BCCSS!!! Keep up the great work!

About HSCN

Healthcare Supply Chain Network was established in 2002. It has since developed into a national, volunteer-based, not-for-profit network of healthcare providers and suppliers. HSCN is dedicated to identifying and implementing leading practices, enhancing members’ efficiency and effectiveness through professional development programs, and providing networking opportunities where supply chain professionals can share experiences and solutions to common challenges. Visit www.hscn.org

About BCCSS

Established in September 2015, BC Clinical and Support Services (BCCSS) Society’s mandate is to promote health in the province through coordinating, managing, and/or providing clinical, diagnostic and support services to BC’s health care system for the benefit of all users.  BCCSS’ Clinical Services Division includes BC’s Agency for Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and the BC Provincial Blood Coordinating Office.  BCCSS’ Support Services Division includes Supply Chain, Accounts Payable, Technology Services, Payroll, Employee Records and Benefits, and Revenue Services

 

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