Solutions in Critical Care Awarded a Specialty Distribution Agreement With Vizient® for Select Respiratory Care Devices

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Solutions in Critical Care (SCC) has been awarded a distribution contract with Vizient for respiratory products. Effective March 1, 2021, the new agreement gives Vizient members access to contracts for select respiratory care devices that offer increased savings.

SCC is a network of well-established specialty distribution partners in the medical device industry. With nine partners across the U.S. and Canada, SCC offers medical device manufacturers a widespread strength with a local sales presence to grow their product line.

"The regional specialty distributors that comprise SCC have brought unique solutions and cutting-edge technologies to market for more than 50 years," said SCC Founder and President John Marmo. "Now united as Solutions in Critical Care and contracted with organizations such as Vizient, medical device manufacturers partnering with SCC now have an even stronger presence."

SCC offers a wide variety of respiratory products from market leading manufacturers in addition to the SCC-branded products.

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"With the changing environment of medical device sales, national supply contracts and IDNs are the future," said Marmo. "The Vizient agreement makes purchasing easier so more providers can take advantage of the innovative, high-quality and cost-effective product solutions our distribution network offers."

Vizient is the largest member-driven health care performance improvement company in the country, serving academic medical centers, pediatric facilities, community hospitals, integrated health delivery networks and non-acute health care providers. Vizient membership represents more than $100 billion in annual purchasing volume.

To learn more about the SCC distribution network or the products offered, contact Solutions in Critical Care at 866-367-7221 or visit

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John Marmo, President of Solutions in Critical Care