Vendor Relations and Access Program

Risk Criteria and Vendors Classification

The nominal annual registration fee outlined below covers your company as well as all representatives of your company who interact with CHOP. Based on the scope of products and services marketed to CHOP, the vendor’s product offerings, access to patient areas and other qualifying criteria, a vendor representative will be classified into one of the three a categories. There are certification requirements specific to each category; these requirements are consistent with standards set forth by the following:

The following risk profile criteria were determined by CHOP:
Risk Level Profile Criteria Fee
High

Answer YES to any of these questions:

  • Do you or anyone from your company interact with procedural patient care areas including but not limited to the Anesthesia, Cath Lab, CTOR, Endoscopy, ICUs, IR, OR, PACU and Radiology?
  • Do you or anyone from your company have direct patient contact?
  • Are you a pharmaceutical vendor?

OR:

  • Your company’s annual spend is greater than $25,000.
$250 per year per company
Medium

Answer NO to these questions:

  • Do you or anyone from your company interact with procedural patient care areas including but not limited to the Anesthesia, Cath Lab, CTOR, Endoscopy, ICUs, IR, OR, PACU and Radiology?
  • Do you or anyone from your company have direct patient contact?
  • Are you a pharmaceutical vendor?

AND:

  • Your company’s annual spend is between $25,000 and $5,000
$100 per year per company
Low

Answer NO to these questions:

  • Do you or anyone from your company interact with procedural patient care areas including but not limited to the Anesthesia, Cath Lab, CTOR, Endoscopy, ICUs, IR, OR, PACU and Radiology?
  • Do you or anyone from your company have direct patient contact?
  • Are you a pharmaceutical vendor?

AND:

  • Your company’s annual spend is less than $5,000
$25 per year per company

 

 

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