Quincy, Massachusetts(November 1, 2018): Data Leverage Group LLC (DLG), creators of the VAMS® Solution, is pleased to announce they have received the Business Partner of the Year Award from the New England Society for Healthcare Materials Management (NESHMM). Steve Kinsella, Founder and CEO of Data Leverage Group, thanked the NESHMM organization for the prestigious honor. “The NESHMM organization represents our region’s best and brightest professionals in their field, all committed to the advancement of our profession. Our team at DLG is honored to receive this great distinction from them.” said Steve. “Since my earliest start-up days 15 years ago when I started building DLG and the VAMS® Solution, I have enjoyed working with many leaders in healthcare supply chain and value analysis to improve their management of initiatives with our products.”
NESHMM’s President Chris Johnson, Senior Vice President of Supply Chain for Wellforce in Boston thanked Steve and DLG for their support and professionalism. “Steve and the DLG Team have been great supporters of NESHHM and our mission. We acknowledge their commitment to the healthcare materials management profession." said Johnson.
The VAMS® Solution, in use at hospitals across New England and the US, provides the platform for value analysis teams to achieve their initiative goals. The VAMS® Solution web-enabled software provides a multi-faceted value analysis-specific system that helps organizations manage, document, track, and communicate the unique value analysis projects, processes, policies, and procedures of their organization. DLG’s mission is for the VAMS® Solution to be the trusted process management solution for hospitals to enhance their supply chain and value analysis process as they seek to deliver greater efficiencies in reducing supply costs. Data Leverage Group and the VAMS® Solution were created by software pioneer Steve Kinsella and leading value analysis professionals who understand the needs of the hospital supply chain and value analysis departments.
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