Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we are experiencing higher than normal demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) and other critical related products. Many of these items are currently on manufacturer allocation. As a result, product availability is extremely volatile and inventory is being closely monitored and restricted to best meet the needs of our customers. Please contact your Concordance Account Manager for specific inventory questions. Due to the high demand for PPE and other COVID-19 related products, all PPE and COVID-19 related items sold will be considered outside of normal business and not eligible for return. All PPE and COVID-19 related items are final sale and non-returnable.



Concordance Healthcare Solutions Resources

Promoting Your Primary Care Practice

The Concordance Approach to Primary Care has been well established ...

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Community health centers (CHCs) have experienced numerous funding challenges that could compromise their ability to provide affordable medical care. In some instances, the lack of adequate funding may have ...

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A Comprehensive Guide to Palliative Care

Concordance works with customers to provide cost-saving palliative care solutions. The Concordance team can help you get the supplies and equipment you need when you need them.

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How to Compete with Amazon in Home Care

Similar to companies across a variety of industries, your home health organization may find itself competing with the online services of Amazon. This company has an ever-widening business model, which ...

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Palliative Care vs Comprehensive Chronic Care Management

Hear from Mark Lewandoski, EVP & Founder of PDCrX, as he shares the shift occurring in palliative care in 2017. This podcast will discuss the following:

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4 Innovative Solutions for Hospice Care Inventory Control

The nature of hospice care lends itself to its own unique supply chain challenges. In this e-book, you will learn about modern hospice inventory control solutions to streamline your efficiencies ...

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Using Lean and Six Sigma to Reduce Waste in Your Community Health Center

The adoption of lean manufacturing processes, improved quality and an ability to respond quickly to changes in demand. As Community Health Centers seek to find ways of reducing costs, these concepts offer the promise ...

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