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Partners and Resellers

In the current business climate of change, Craneware is a solid partner – financially, strategically, and in every sense – with business allies and resellers, bringing additional benefits to U.S. hospitals and health systems.

As a leading national group-purchasing organization, Intalere strategically partners with healthcare providers to reduce costs and improve quality. Through its Total Spend Management solutions and operational performance improvement programs, tools, and services, Intalere assists members in their efforts to reduce costs, improve efficiencies, and create new revenue streams. Supported by a team of clinical, data, and supply chain experts, Intalere offers a comprehensive portfolio of product and service contracts to address members’ specific needs. Based in St. Louis, Intalere serves a growing membership of acute and alternate care providers nationwide. To learn more, call 877 711 5700 or visit www.intalere.com.

GNYHA Ventures, Inc., a wholly owned, for-profit subsidiary of the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA), provides an array of important business services to the healthcare community. GNYHA is a trade association comprising more than 250 not-for-profit hospitals and continuing care facilities, both voluntary and public, in the metropolitan New York area and throughout the State, as well as in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Puerto Rico.

HealthShare/THA, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Texas Hospital Association, provides needed products and services that help health care facilities avoid costs, recover revenue, reduce operating and capital expenses, improve management and quality, increase productivity, develop staff resources, and apply new strategies. HealthShare/THA programs work together to create a positive effect on the economic status of health care in Texas.