For nearly a decade, Soriant has been able to help hundreds of hospitals overcome challenges in support services. The constant evolution of our industry requires that we stay nimble and embrace new opportunities for savings and uncover additional ways to improve the bottom line for our customers.
Recently, we have been fielding an unprecedented number of requests for assistance in the vending services area, from both new and old customers, who are looking to find the best resource able to assist them appropriately. Given the need for help coupled with our expertise in this underserved area, we are making vending services a focal point and one of our core service offerings.
In recent months, we have worked with hospitals like The Medical Center of Central Georgia, to help them take advantage of this untapped opportunity. The hidden revenue and benefits to hospitals can be significant as in their case where the commissions received alone were increased by 74%. They provided us with this feedback on their experience:
“Over the past six months we’ve had the pleasure of working with Tom Mitchell of Soriant Healthcare. His involvement in our vending RFP process has opened our eyes to several different strategies that can be used for maximizing commissions. Soriant provided a wealth of information on different revenue sources that can be flushed out during the RFP negotiations. They knew just how to leverage the Medical Center’s and Soriant’s involvement in the process at different times to increase commission, upfront dollars and annual donations. When our vending contract is up in 5 years, we will be contacting Soriant and Tom again.” The Medical Center of Central Georgia – Macon, GA
Working with Soriant to improve your vending operations involves a short assessment where we can learn about opportunities. This step will highlight ways that your hospital can maximize sales, the use of technology and overall income. Once a plan is in place, Soriant can help you implement these improvements and realize gains in your vending operation.