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PHP & Alliant Purchasing Form Landmark Partnership to Enhance Healthcare Safety

Performance Health Partners, a leader in patient and employee safety software, and Alliant Purchasing, a national Group Purchasing Organization (GPO), are excited to announce a...

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How a Behavioral Health Organization Unified Event Reporting

When I Am Boundless faced the challenge of managing fragmented and inefficient incident reporting...

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How a Surgery Center Achieved Streamlined Excellence with PHP

Amidst their state-of-the-art facilities and unwavering commitment to unparalleled patient...

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Building an Enterprise Risk Management System [Case Study]

Before implementing Performance Health Partner’s enterprise software system, Ochsner Lafayette...

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How To Improve Patient Outcomes: An Integrated Approach With...

Learning how to improve patient outcomes remains a top goal of healthcare organizations, and with...

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