Thrive Pet Care is a national pet healthcare provider dedicated to helping pets through every stage of life. Thrive Pet care was looking for a gas supply partner that could consolidate their existing gas spend and support their rapid growth initiative.
Fresenius Medical Care—North America’s premier healthcare company focused on delivering the highest quality of care to people with renal and chronic conditions—found that controlling the cost of their gas supply was quite the balancing act.
Brookdale Senior Living—a skilled nursing and senior living provider with 1100 communities nationwide—found that they were spending too much time processing invoices for their gas supply purchases.
Medical gas is a critical component of the medical industry. From liquid nitrogen-powered cryo-freezers to portable O2 cylinders, gas is the fuel that drives healthcare.
Gas is the fuel that drives our daily lives. It’s the bubbles that carbonate our drinks; the oxygen that saves a patient’s life.
Blue Pearl — a 24-hour emergency veterinary service providing specialty medicine for pets in veterinary hospitals across the United States — was paying their gas supply invoices without any checks and balances.
Avalon Health Care Group — a skilled nursing and senior living provider with over 50 communities nationwide needed assistance managing their gas program.
Oxygen concentrators do precisely what their name implies—they concentrate oxygen by selectively removing other gases to provide an oxygen-enriched gas stream to your patient.
Medical grade nitrous oxide is a gas commonly seen in the dentist industry to help manage the pain and anxiety of patients.
Used in supporting animals’ respiratory systems in life-saving procedures, medical-grade oxygen is essential to keeping your patient’s tails wagging.
Gas supply is a vital aspect of operations for the medical industry. From clinics, medical facilities, and long-term care to dental offices and veterinary offices, medical-grade gas is essential.
The medical industry is always evolving, especially in recent years with the pandemic.