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Make Your Life Easier With Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs)
At LSS Life Safety Services® we believe in keeping you safe, compliant and helping our customers save time and money. We are proud to provide services through reputable Global Purchasing Organizations (GPOS) LSS is a vendor supplier in some of the leading national GPOs. GPO’s serve as an entity that is created to leverage the purchasing power of a group of businesses to obtain discounts form vendors, like LSS, based on collective buying power of the GPO members.
Group purchasing is used in many industries to purchase raw materials and supplies, but it is common practice in the grocery industry, health care, electronics, industrial manufacturing and agricultural industries. In the healthcare field, GPOs have most commonly been accessed by acute-care organizations, but non-profit Community Clinics and Health Centers throughout the U.S. have also been engaging in group purchasing
LSS is proud to be a vendor / supplier with the following Global Purchasing Organizations (GPOs)
Premier Inc.: Premier Inc. (NASDAQ: PINC) is a healthcare improvement company uniting an alliance of approximately 4,000 U.S. hospitals and health systems and more than 175,000 other providers and organizations.
As an industry leader, Premier has created one of the most comprehensive databases of actionable data, clinical best practices and efficiency improvement strategies.
HPS: HPS is group purchasing organization that serves the needs of more than 4,100 Members in 26 states. Member-owned and -operated since 1949, our core membership base is made up of organizations that have a direct impact on the communities they serve, from hospitals to senior living facilities to schools to camps and many more
HPS serves the Health Care, Senior Living, Education, Corporate Offices, and Municipalities verticals. Please Contact LSS Life Safety Services® today if you believe your organization is a member of these GPOs and start saving today. [Either embed link where it reads “Please contact…” or create a standalone