Top Hospitals by Medical & Linens Supply Costs

Supply chain spending is currently the second largest cost for health systems and is projected to surpass labor costs to be hospitals’ greatest expense by 2020. According to Definitive Healthcare data, the top 25 hospitals with the highest total medical & surgical supply costs spent a total of over $14.2 billion in 2018, with an average annual spend of $569 million in 2018.

The top 25 hospitals with the highest laundry & linen services spend in 2018 reported total costs of over $157 million, with an average spend of $6.3 million.


The following lists detail the top 25 with the highest medical & surgical supply costs and the top 25 hospitals with the highest laundry & linen services costs in 2018.

Top 5 Hospitals By Supply Costs
 

HOSPITAL NAME

 TOTAL SUPPLY COSTS 

NET PATIENT REVENUE

STAFFED BEDS

Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

$807,790,898

$5,164,424,360

1,285

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

$802,699,169

$3,480,505,919

674

University Hospital

$759,414,435

$3,296,778,854

931

NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

$716,321,119

$5,340,902,266

862

AdventHealth Orlando

$713,442,407

$3,769,768,374

2,753

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