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Envi® is a complete procure-to-pay software for healthcare facilities. We have procurement experts and analysts ready to help automate your inventory management and purchasing operations. It’s as easy as add to cart.
who we serve
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  • General Surgery
  • Ophthamology
  • Orthopedics
  • ENT
  • And more
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  • Physician clinics
  • Urgent care clinics
  • Imaging centers
  • Dialysis clinics
  • And more
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  • IDNs
  • Small hospitals
  • Post-acute
  • EMS
  • And more


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Benefits of Envi


With customizable modules to fit your organization’s needs, Envi gives you complete control and visibility into your entire supply chain. Envi centralizes your purchasing and operations giving you a comprehensive view of each of your facilities.


From the marketplace purchasing experience, to thorough inventory tracking, Envi automates your materials management and buying processes. As a result you receive clean, actionable data to inform your future business decisions.


Envi integrates with your clinical and financial systems to centralize and validate data to avoid duplicate entries and reduce operational touchpoints. Envi aggregates third party purchasing within its marketplace, removing the need to shop at multiple vendor sites.


EDI makes purchasing easy. Envi integrates directly into more vendor websites than any other purchasing software, so your purchasing happens directly within the application. The days of shopping multiple websites, picking up the phone and calling an order in or even faxing orders are over.

Here's a quick sample of our vendor connections. Interested to see if we're connected to a specific vendor? Reach out and we'll let you know.


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Alliance for Community Transfusion Services

The Alliance for Community Transfusion Services (ACTS) is a strategic and operational alliance of self-directed, independent community blood centers that model the values of community blood banking and support one another through group initiatives, shared resources,...
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Catalyst Medical Group

Catalyst Medical Group, with offices in Lewiston and Moscow, Idaho, is a full-service, locally physician-owned multi-specialty medical practice.

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Excelsior Springs Hospital

ESH is focused on serving the needs of patients in their community through shared values including quality, professionalism, teamwork, community service and leadership. For the supply chain team, delivering optimal care also means supporting the organization with best practice-based processes.

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Mangrove Management Partners

With usage data from Envi, we can marry case cost with reimbursement and clinical outcomes data to have effective datadriven discussions with physicians about devices being chosen.

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Red Hills Surgical Center

Red Hills Surgical Center delivers care in multiple specialty areas, including Gynecology, Orthopedics, Urology, ENT, Podiatry, General Surgery and Pain Management procedures. From a supply chain perspective, this means a wide range of products and a need to understand costs across service lines.

Texas Health Physicians Group

“My favorite part of this system is being able to submit an order to multiple vendors in five minutes or less. Scan, approve orders, order done.”

United Surgical Partners

“With the complexity of today’s healthcare supply chain stream, IOS has helped us facilitate a method of increasing visibility to our purchase data and automating many of our procurement activities across our 275+ sites.” - Stephanie Phillips

Health Care Express

“One of the biggest efficiencies we gained was in the invoice processing area. Envi took us from getting multiple paper invoices every day to being able to manage them electronically in a system.” - Ashlee Stafford