Hospital PMI® at 54.9%; July 2022 Hospital ISM® Report On Business®


TEMPE, Arizona., August 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Economic activity in the hospital sub-sector grew up in july for the 26th month in a row, the country’s hospital supply officials say in the latest Hospital ISM® Business report®.

The report was released today by Nancy LemasterMBA, President of the Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) Hospital Business Survey Committee: “The Hospital PMI® recorded 54.9% in July, down 3.1 percentage points from June’s reading of 58%, indicating a 26th consecutive month of growth. The Commercial Activity and New Orders indices remained in growth territory; however, the business activity index rose while the new orders index fell from June. The employment index also fell in July compared to June. The Case Mix Index remained in contractionary territory, recording 47.5%, down 1 percentage point from June’s figure of 48.5%. The Days Payable Outstanding Index recorded 57%, up 7.5 percentage points from the 49.5% reported in June. The tech spending index recorded 53%, down 0.5 percentage points from June’s reading of 53.5%. »

LeMaster continues, “Several respondents to the Hospital Business Survey Committee indicated that their facilities were again facing an increase in COVID-19 cases. However, the increases generally did not seem severe enough to move elective procedures. Labor costs Labor and supply continue to increase, putting pressure Shortages of materials such as contrast media and lab supplies are easing, but supply continues to be a challenge for (1 ) plastic-containing products and (2) medical equipment requiring computer chips commented on challenges in recruiting and retaining staff, with one attributing an increase in days payable past due to lack of staff accounts receivable from the institution.

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12-month average – 59.2
High – 64.5
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About this report
The information compiled in this report relates to the month of July 2022.

Hospital PMI® was developed in conjunction with the Association for Health Care Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM), an association for the healthcare supply chain profession, and a group of professional members of the American Hospital Association (AHA ).

The data presented here is obtained from a survey of hospital supply managers based on information they collected within their respective organizations. ISM® makes no representations, other than as set forth in this release, regarding each company’s data collection procedures. The data should be compared to all other sources of economic data when used in decision making.

Data and mode of presentation
The Hospital ISM® Business report® is based on data compiled by hospital purchasing and supply managers nationwide. Survey responses reflect the change, if any, in the current month compared to the previous month. For each of the metrics measured (Business Activity, New Orders, Employment, Supplier Deliveries, Inventory, Price, Price: Pharmaceuticals, Price: Supplies, Order Backlog, Imports, Inventory Sentiment, Case Mix, Days Payable Remaining, Technology Spend and Contactless Orders), this report shows the percentage reporting each response and the spread index. The answers represent raw data and are never modified. Beginning in January 2021the Business report® staff and consultants collect market information to better validate the export index. Export index data is still being collected.

Hospital PMI® is a composite index calculated from the following indices, equally weighted: commercial activity, new orders, employment and supplier deliveries. Diffusion indices have the properties of leading indicators and are convenient summary measures showing the prevailing direction of change and the magnitude of change. A hospital PMI® an index above 50% indicates that the hospital sub-sector is generally expanding; below 50% indicates that it is generally declining. For the sub-indices, with the exception of deliveries to suppliers, an index above 50% indicates that the sub-index is generally expanding; less than 50% indicates that it is generally contracting. A Supplier Deliveries Index above 50% indicates slower deliveries and below 50% indicates faster deliveries.

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Report On Business® Analyst

ISM®, ROB/Research Manager

Tempe, Arizona

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