Automate procurement of your company’s newly introduced technology
The move toward evidence-based purchasing has transformed the medical supplier’s sales cycle. It’s no longer about the individual relationship. Today, suppliers must collaborate with entire value analysis committees that make purchasing decisions based on cost, quality and physician preference. In short, things have changed.
Introducing GreenLight Medical, an all-in-one cloud solution for hospital value analysis committees, champion physicians, and their medical suppliers. The GreenLight Medical toolkit helps automate the sales cycle, control information distribution, strengthen communication and collaboration with hospital and IDN stakeholders, and deliver actionable data insights to suppliers.
To streamline your review process…
GreenLight Medical strengthens supplier communication and coordination with hospital decision-makers to get you to a faster, more effective decision.
Notifications and tracking capabilities tell you where product submissions are in the sales cycle
Seamless information exchange allows for rapid response to committee requests
Streamlined interactions with physicians and other stakeholders
Transparency and real-time updates
Run your entire sales efforts on GreenLight Medical’s Corporate Platform
Aggregate your sales force and product portfolio under one roof to streamline new product adoption
Create a secure repository of copy-approved product data for new product introductions
Share standardized product data with your staff to ensure effective evaluation
Track the performance of sales divisions and product lines to optimize your sales efforts
Easily identify bottlenecks and opportunities via hospital and category insights reports
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“My experience has been great, and honestly I think it is very well thought out to make sure, as a vendor, I am providing all the information that the administration would want to see.”
Brett M. Medical Representative