When you’re asked to do more with less, our approximately 2,800+ negotiated contracts with leading manufacturers ensure that you get the products and services you need - and use - across all care settings.
Flexible and Committed
No matter the size or scale of your sourcing team, Premier can help meet your contracting needs. Choose between national agreements, committed program offerings or custom contracts. Or, use our contracts to facilitate your own local negotiations.
Premier Alternate Site Programs
Achieve savings and increase efficiencies with a purchasing program tailored to alternate site healthcare and commercial facilities. Learn More.
When it comes to contracting decisions, our sourcing teams work to ensure physicians and clinicians have access to the right products at the right time for the right price.
Products & Services Spotlight
Medical & Surgical Agreements
With one of the strongest contract portfolios in the industry, we help you save on thousands of products.
Brand Name & Generic Pharmacy Agreements
Take advantage of discounted prices on hundreds of pharmacy products and services.
Willing to commit for greater savings? Reap the benefits of our committed portfolios.
Premier helps drive savings on everything from facility maintenance to groundskeeping.
By delivering a comprehensive view of your organization, our performance improvement technology and analytics platform provides the insight and resources necessary to make smart, data-driven decisions.
Our collaborative approach to problem solving has led to groundbreaking innovations in quality, safety and population health. By leveraging the scale of our alliance, we can propel best practice to become the standard of care.
Premier is your voice on the frontline in Washington. Our experts educate and influence policymakers by advocating on behalf of your organization. Our D.C. team understands the issues facing providers, and are prepared to tackle those challenges head-on.
In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Premier has created an expedited sourcing process for suppliers in critical product categories. Suppliers interested in beginning the clinical vetting process should complete this online form.
Questions will include: contact information, types of product(s) available, certifications, on-hand inventory, manufacturing capacity, lead time, payment terms, ability to provide samples, current location of products, and any Premier member customers.