Optimizing purchases in order to achieve quality of care, safety and well-being for the staff and the patients, through professional purchasing mechanisms that can bring in savings.
The iris-Achats Association (iris-Purchasing) is the “central public market” of the iris network. Created in 2002 and endowed with specific statuses that define its mission and scope, iris-Purchasing operates for the account and in favour of CHU Brugmann, HUDERF, Hôpitaux Iris Sud, CHU Saint-Pierre, Institut Jules Bordet and the iris-Lab and iris-Holding associations. Towards and with those entities for which it operates, iris-Purchasing organises public contracts for medical supplies, services and equipment.
Through network-wide standardisation of professional purchasing mechanisms and through sharing of supplies and specific skills required for every contract, iris-Purchasing aims :
- at providing hospitals and their patients the best medical supplies and services
- at network-wide globalising purchases in order to achieve best terms of supply
- at providing the best performing medical equipment
- at ensuring optimal conditions for their utilisation costs
In order to efficiently organise complex and important contracts, and to evaluate their medical and legal responsibilities, iris-Purchasing combines the skills of a specialised multidisciplinary central team with medical, nursing, pharmaceutical, technical and logistics expertise of the staff of the network’s hospital associations.
Through its Permanent Bureau, its Committees for Buyers and iris Pharmacists and its Committees for experts and users, iris-Purchasing has implemented an “iris-network” purchases policy that allows its hospitals to achieve daily significant savings in perfect correlation with the constant effort to provide top-quality supplies, services and equipments for the safety and well-being of the staff and patients who are meant to use them.
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