California Hospital to cut costs with supply chain management system  Mountain View, California is famed for its location at the heart of Silicon Valley. Google is headquartered in the enclave and technology startups often choose the city as a base - at least initially. Situated in Mountain View, El Camino Hospital announced it has expanded its relationship with Premier health care alliance in a bid to boost efficiency and cut costs.

El Camino joins 200 other hospitals in owning Premier. According to the hospital's administration, Premier will allow the facility to significantly cut costs and support continuous improvements in patient care and satisfaction. The hospital will use Premier's supply chain improvement technology, SpendAdvisor My Spend, to help find areas where business costs can be reduced.

"Premier's understanding of what is needed to help providers address performance improvement is proven through its ownership," said El Camino Hospital chief administration service officer Ken King. "We clearly see the value of being an owner in this alliance, as Premier supports our vision to give each patient convenient, compassionate and comprehensive care every time."

El Camino has already benefited from Premier's services: The hospital partnered with the firm to transition its pharmacy department from outsourcing to insourcing, resulting in cost savings.

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