Health System Customer Programs

Supply Chain Optimization

Health System Customer Programs

Supply Chain Optimization

Improve efficiency, decrease complexity, and reduce waste associated with procuring, delivering, and distributing Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies (JJMDC) devices through best-in-class order performance, inventory management, and logistics strategies.

Delivering Results: 22-facility IDN

These are examples only and do not guarantee or predict future results, which will vary depending on individual circumstances.

On-time delivery


Line item fill rate (LIFR)


Invoice Accuracy



See How We’ve Helped

We tailor our capabilities to customers in a variety of settings to produce concrete results.

Reduced stockouts by 40% and improve dock-to-stock time by 92% through a lean process improvement project at Intermountain Healthcare.

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22-facility IDN reduces supply chain waste to improve perfect order metrics.

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Level 1 Trauma Center improves supply chain efficiency by utilizing electronic inventory management.

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Helped Spectrum Health improve JJMDC product availability, reduce logistics costs, and decrease variation at its distribution center.

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Partnered with Intermountain Healthcare to reduce waste and variation by streamlining JJMDC suture inventory.

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Improve Efficiency. Reduce Waste.

Physicians and nurses currently spend, on average, nearly 20% of their work week on supply chain and inventory management; this time, which if reallocated, could be spent with patients, on research and education, or on training new staff2

For every $1 of cost of goods, a provider spends up to $2 in managing resources1

Total supply chain costs can account for up to 45% of a provider’s operating budget2


  • Capabilities to deliver the right product at the right price, at the right time, in the right condition
  • Supply chain specialists with expertise and proprietary tools to optimize inventory levels
  • Logistics and cost transformation programs to enhance current processes and establish advanced delivery models


  • Decrease variation in procurement, distribution, and clinical processesa