It began as a mission to use the power of the Internet to reduce inefficiencies in the healthcare supply chain. Prompted by increased recognition of those inefficiencies, five of the world's largest medical product manufacturers — Johnson & Johnson, GE Healthcare, Baxter International Inc., Abbott Laboratories and Medtronic, Inc. — founded GHX in 2000. With significant growth as provider and supplier organizations joined together with GHX to form the largest trading exchange in healthcare.
GHX is privately owned, operates in the United States, Canada and five European countries, and employs more than 600 people worldwide. Our corporate headquarters is in Louisville, Colorado, just outside of Denver, with additional offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Georgia and Omaha, Nebraska.
Our European offices are in Brussels (Belgium), Düsseldorf and Königstein (Germany), Hilversum (Netherlands), Baar (Switzerland) and Cambridge (United Kingdom).
Every year, GHX brings together the healthcare community at the Healthcare Supply Chain Summit, where the most pressing issues in the healthcare supply chain are addressed. Experts from all sides of the supply chain and from government and academia meet to share experiences and best practices and find ways to create joint value.