DFWHC and H-Source announce co-marketing plan

12/13/2016

IRVING, TX – The Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) and H-Source Holdings Ltd. (H-Source) is pleased to announce a joint marketing agreement expected to benefit the hospitals of North Texas. The H-Source platform will provide DFWHC hospital members a private cloud-based marketplace to purchase and sell inventory providing great cost savings and convenience. Additionally, DFWHC members will have access to the complete H-Source marketplace of member facilities across the U.S. and Canada.

W. Stephen Love, president/CEO of DFWHC said, “This is a co-marketing agreement that will benefit our hospital members. Through this platform, North Texas hospitals can now purchase and sell its inventory in a cost-effective way. We look forward to working with H-Source.”

Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, H-Source is a technology company operating within the healthcare industry through its wholly owned subsidiary, H-Source, Inc. The company developed a transaction platform that provides a private, secure and trusted marketplace for participating hospitals to buy, sell and transfer excess inventory supplies and capital equipment.

“We are so excited to work with the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council and its many North Texas members,” said John Kupice, CEO/director of H-Source. “This is a great opportunity to create value and improve supply chain efficiency for hospitals of all sizes in the region.”

Through the H-Source platform, hospitals can conduct secure transactions within Integrated Delivery Networks, complete H-Source network or customize their own group hospitals using H-Source’s built-in filters. The marketplace network is specifically designed to reduce health care costs and medical product waste. For information, please visit www.h-source.com.

DFWHC is a 90 hospital and 75 associate member trade organization with more than 47 years of service to North Texas healthcare. Governed by a board of trustees made up of hospital executive officers, the hospital trade association is committed to the continuous improvement of patient care.

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IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 13, 2016


Contact:
Chris Wilson
DFW Hospital Council
[email protected]
(972) 719-4900