About Amerinet, Inc.
Reducing healthcare costs. Improving healthcare quality.
As a leading national healthcare solutions organization, Amerinet believes the only path that’s right for your healthcare facility is the one designed only for you. Amerinet will help you create that path and then follow it confidently with the right mix of tools, guidance and ongoing support. We promise a commitment to listen, create and deliver what no other healthcare solutions organization will: An answer as original as each member we serve.
Amerinet collaborates with acute and non-acute care providers – hospitals, surgery centers, long-term care facilities, clinics and doctor offices – to create and deliver unique solutions. From clinical and operational efficiency improvements to quality and safety promotion, from cost-reduction strategies to legislative support, Amerinet partners with you to overcome every challenge by engineering a precisely tailored solution that is wholly and solely yours.
With better product standardization and utilization, new financial tools beyond contracting and alliances that help lower costs, raise revenue and champion quality, Amerinet enriches healthcare delivery for its members and the communities they serve. To learn more about how Amerinet can help you successfully navigate the future of healthcare reform, see our Executive Briefings.
Amerinet has three subsidiaries:
Amerinet Corporate History
Established in June 1986, Amerinet has set the standard for integrity and customer service for more than two decades. Headquartered in St. Louis, Amerinet is 100 percent privately owned by two investor-owner organizations: Administrative Resources Inc., based in Warrendale, Pa., and Intermountain Healthcare of Salt Lake City.
Administrative Resources (ARI) was established in 1982 as a Subchapter T Cooperative. In 1999, ARI was reorganized, and Hospital Shared Services, which was established in 1956 by the Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania to serve acute care facilities, merged into ARI to simplify operations and strengthen its ability to provide streamlined and efficient services. In 2007, after an overwhelming affirmative vote from its members, ARI converted to a C Corporation to better meet customers’ needs and to gain more flexibility to expand the business. Today, more than 175 healthcare organizations have a shared investment in ARI.
Intermountain Healthcare is a Utah-based not-for-profit system of 22 hospitals, more than 185 physician clinics, a health plans division called SelectHealth and other health services. Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in transforming healthcare through high quality and sustainable costs. For more information about Intermountain, visit www.intermountainhealthcare.org.