HANDLE Global and Domestic PPE Manufacturing

HANDLE Global has worked diligently throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic to establish secure supply lines for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). With vaccinations making significant progress (2 million+ per day in the US), it is time to take preventative measures for the future, which includes bringing the manufacturing of goods back to the United States. The movement…

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HANDLE Aids KY Health Care Workers via KPCA Stockpile

The Kentucky Primary Care Association (KPCA) is working with HANDLE Global to help its provider members store and access critical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). HANDLE uses its procurement capabilities to obtain several categories of PPE and the HANDLE Operations Center provides a secure location to house an adequate supply of PPE for KPCA members. Financial…

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HANDLE Global Expansion – Adding 80 Jobs and $7.8M Local Investment

HANDLE, in agreement with the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority, has preliminarily approved a 10-year incentive package underneath the Kentucky Business Investment program. The performance-based agreement can provide up to $1.4 million in tax incentives based on the company’s proposed investment of $7.8 million and annual targets. “HANDLE is proud to be a part of…

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HANDLE Global Unveils 30,000+ Square Foot Operations Center

As pressure remains heavy on the healthcare supply chain and those who rely on it, HANDLE continues to provide comprehensive solutions by introducing the 30,000+ sq. ft. HANDLE Operations Center!  Key warehouse attributes and space allows HANDLE to offer unique capabilities to its customers with PPE and capital procurement and its storage.   Operations Center Details…

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HANDLE Signs National Contract with Veterans Health Administration

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, HANDLE’s ability to provide trustworthy analytics, logistics and equipment support services has never been stronger.  On April 3rd, HANDLE was awarded the Deployment of Equipment Recertification, and Management of Surge Capacity (DERMS) contract by The Department of Veteran Affairs to provide support in identifying, recertifying and rebalancing critical care items within the…

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Why do we source for Value and what is it?

The HANDLE selection series will delve into why and how HANDLE approaches capital equipment and supply purchasing with value as the first priority, as well as information regarding HANDLE partners and how we can help providers choose what works best for their facility and budget. In our previous blog post, The Rural Hospital Dilemma, we…

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The Rural Hospital Dilemma

According to the University of North Carolina’s Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, more than 70 rural hospitals have closed since 2010. An NRHA-sponsored study shows more than 650 rural hospitals are ‘vulnerable or at risk for closure’, which represents over 10% of hospitals in the entire country. Independent hospitals face immense pressure…

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Endeavor and HANDLE : The Impact of Social Entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship is the concept of building businesses that develop solutions to social, cultural, and/or environmental issues. In other words, to use the power of entrepreneurship to create and grow a company that aims to make a true difference in the world. Enter, Endeavor! Endeavor is a worldwide organization that selects, mentors and accelerates high-impact…

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The ASCA Asset Network, powered by HANDLE

HANDLE has partnered with the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) to provide a secure online portal where all ASCA members can buy and sell health care supplies and equipment (included in their ASCA membership dues) called the ASCA Asset Network, powered by HANDLE.   Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) face a unique set of challenges during…

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HANDLE Recognized for Growth and Innovation

HANDLE has been recognized by two Kentucky institutions for Growth and Innovation. Kyle Green, CEO, has been named a 2019 Health Care Heroes finalist by the Louisville Business First publication in the Entrepreneurship category. The Health Care Heroes award began in 2017 as a way to recognize 25 health care professionals who have made a…

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