AMERICAN HEALTHCARE PURCHASING
AMERICAN HEALTHCARE PURCHASING is a qualified Healthcare Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) dedicated to providing Members with access to a full array of supply chain resources. We focus on bringing exceptional value to Members that enables them to deliver quality care in a financially sustainable way.
Who We Are
We are more than your traditional Healthcare Group Purchasing Organization. We are a dedicated business resource committed to building relationships and improving value for our Members. For the people we serve every day, we think of ourselves as partners. Our primary goal is to make your purchasing process easier, economically efficient, and deliver market leading value. Our business interactions shape and inspire us to find and share the best opportunities.
Our Membership serves Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Long-Term Acute Care Hospitals and Regional Hospitals. We support Members with knowledge, ideas, technology and provide access to a comprehensive suite of industry specific Vendor and Professional resources. Our focused areas and Key Vendor partners include categories of: Pharmacy, Therapy, Foodservice, Capital Equipment, Medical Surgical Supplies and Business Services.
AHP’s membership is complimentary. As an active Member, you will have access to a comprehensive healthcare purchasing system that includes industry leading software Procurement Partners ™. The software platform is provided to Members at no cost. Dedicated purchasing and technical support is provided for implementation and training, user customization, on-going support or personal assistance. Although it’s use is not required to participate or fully leverage our Vendor platform, we invite you to learn more about this opportunity and other personalized services.
COVID-19 and PDPM have demonstrated the need for continuous innovation in our industry. TMC has developed clinical and financial strategies to help you overcome the impact of these challenges.
Traditionally, Medicare hasn’t covered long-term care. And — spoiler alert — it still doesn’t. However, the rise of Medicare Advantage plans has opened a few doors that weren’t open before. While Medicare still doesn’t provide long-term care coverage — patients will have to subscribe to a different type of plan if they want that — it is beginning to provide coverage for certain aspects of long-term care.