Put the value back in your supply chain – ValueLink® Supply Management Services is the industry-leading logistics program that helps reduce the cost of storing, maintaining and distributing supplies. The program is designed to meet the needs of individual facilities, based on actual demand at the point of care.

ValueLink® Services streamlines inventory management by delivering logical unit of measure orders directly to hospital departments or other points of care — reducing excessive touchpoints in the supply chain. Orders are transmitted electronically to Cardinal Health and supplies are delivered directly to the point of care.


ValueLink® Supply Management

Put the value back in your supply chain – ValueLink® Supply Management Services is the industry-leading logistics program that helps reduce the cost of storing, maintaining and distributing supplies. The program is designed to meet the needs of individual facilities, based on actual demand at the point of care. Learn more

ValueLink® Services overview

How do we do it? What’s the difference between a traditional and dynamic supply chain? What are the benefits of using ValueLink® Services?

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ValueLink® Services advantage

Options such as freight management, par optimization and electronic order management enable cost-effective management of your supply chain. Learn more

Find out if ValueLink® Services are right for you

Take this short quiz to see if ValueLink® Services are the right fit for you.

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Find out if ValueLink® Services are right for you

Take this short quiz. If you answer yes to most of these questions, you may want to consider ValueLink® Services.

If you are interested in learning more, contact valuelink@cardinalhealth.com or your local Cardinal Health sales consultant.


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Please note that the ValueLink® program is only available in the United States.


Did you know?

  • 50% of departmental inventory is inactive*
  • 10% of inventory expense is obsolete*
  • 25% of clinical staff time is spent on supply chain activities*
  • Stockouts… redundancy, variation and unnecessary steps contribute to 74% of the time nurses spend outside the patient’s room meeting administrative responsibilities**
  • Inventory represents as much as 25% of the typical hospital’s operating budget **

* Source: Cardinal Health benchmarking model 2003 InventoryLinkSM database
** Source: Squire, Robert W., Putting Information to Work: A Strategy for Boosting Supply Chain Performance