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Contract Management

Contract Management

PHSA Supply Chain manages all contracts for BC’s health authority goods, supplies, equipment and services.

To guide and focus our work, Supply Chain has a Contract Plan that identifies opportunities for combining individual health authority requirements into province-wide contracts.

Within the Contract Plan, Supply Chain uses three contracting strategies to achieve these goals. Market conditions, and the status of existing contracts, determine which approach is selected for each product grouping (category).

  • Price Normalization addresses disparities in the prices charged to different health authorities for the same products by the same suppliers by establishing a single provincial contract.  The new contract moves all health authorities to the lowest price available and aligns contract expiry dates.
  • National contracts developed by HealthPRO, Supply Chain's group purchasing organization, will be used for general use products when a product category has a stable market and leveraging national buying power provides price savings.  This approach may require some product standardization.
  • Strategic sourcing is used for categories that have high market volatility, are specific to a practice or treatment or may provide significant opportunity for efficiencies.  This method is the most complex, involves product standardization and typically delivers the most significant gains with savings in the range of 15 to 20 percent.
Contract Related Payments

Contract-Related Rebate/Value-Add EFT/Cheque Payments

Submitting Contract-Related Payment via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

(Preferred method of payment)

  1. Please contact contractmanagement@ เหรียญเกมยิงปลา www.millefeuillechocolates.com for specific PHSA Supply Chain account information. 
  2. Email remittance details to: contractmanagement@ เหรียญเกมยิงปลา www.millefeuillechocolates.com.  Please ensure vendor name, contract name and contract number are included in the subject line.
    • All EFTs should include remittance information as follows: (Note: omitting this critical information will cause undue delay in processing)
      • Contract name and number
      • Rebate/Value-add description
      • Rebate/Value-add period (rebate period start date [MM/DD/YY] – rebate period end date [MM/DD/YY])
      • Rebate/Value-add amounts for each Health Authority.  Include sales details to show how amounts were determined.

Submitting Contract-Related Cheques

(If unable to use preferred method of payment)

  1. ALL rebate/value-add cheques are to be made payable to: Provincial Health Services Authority.
  2. Mailing Address:
    PHSA Supply Chain
    Attn:  Contract Management Office
    1795 Willingdon Ave
    Burnaby, BC
    V5C 6E3

  3. One cheque should be issued per contract per rebate period.
  4. Include cover letter with the following details: (Note: omitting this critical information will cause undue delay in processing)
    • Contract name and number
    • Rebate/Value-add description
    • Rebate/Value-add period (rebate period start date [MM/DD/YY] – rebate period end date [MM/DD/YY])
    • Rebate/Value add amounts for each Health Authority.         

For additional questions, please contact us by email at contractmanagement@ เหรียญเกมยิงปลา www.millefeuillechocolates.com.

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