inbound freight program

VPL Spent Three Full Days at the AHRMM Conference Talking to IDN Decision Makers

VPL showcased our freight management software at the AHRMM Conference

We just got back from the AHRMM Conference, where we spent three full days talking with IDN decision makers about the benefits of self-managing their inbound freight program with VPL Surpass™. But just because the conference is over doesn’t mean the conversation is ended; in fact, it’s just beginning.

Take a look at this article in Healthcare Purchasing News, in which Don Carroll, our Vice President of Business Development, talks about the complexity that comes with self-management and how VPL Surpass can make it simple. Then, schedule a demo with us and let us show you that the future of freight management is right here, right now.

Check out our website to see how you can level up your inbound freight program with VPL Surpass.


The Association for Health Care Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM) of the American Hospital Association is the leading membership group for health care supply chain professionals.

AHRMM advances health through supply chain excellence by providing education, leadership and advocacy necessary for supply chain professionals to remain at the top of their field.

AHRMM strengthens the health care supply chain through its Learning Communities, clinical integration, the Cost, Quality and Outcomes Movement, AHRMM Keys, Certified Materials & Resource Professional (CMRP) certification and certificate programs, education and virtual instructor led workshops, tools and resources as well as in-person and virtual networking events to foster the exchange of innovations and leading practices.

With more than 3,600 members worldwide, AHRMM offers numerous opportunities for professionals to reach their highest potential and grow their network.

AHRMM’s Annual Conference & Exhibition and Virtual Conference provided opportunities for providers, suppliers, clinicians, and administrators to meet as leaders, develop partnerships, and lead conversations about how to make health care better.