CapSite - Transparency In Health IT Contracts & Pricing

CapSite - Transparency In Health IT Contracts & Pricing

The contracts you need for transparency in pricing and effective go-to-market strategy

CapSite is a comprehensive database that provides competitive intelligence to help inform and guide your strategy for engaging with providers. With over a decade’s worth of data and nearly 8,000 documents in the database, you can gather all the information needed to understand past purchasing decisions. CapSite includes everything from Certificates of Need and RFIs to RFP responses and executed contracts. 

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Executed Contracts

Search our CapSite database to dive deeper into executed contracts and proposals with thousands of documents, including terms and conditions and comprehensive pricing offerings. This information can help you understand how others in the industry are approaching deals and what makes a deal into a fully signed and executed agreement. 

Competitive Pricing - What Is The Market Saying?

Ensure you price your technology appropriately for what is currently in the market — and what providers are accustomed to — to remain in line and competitive with your industry peers. CapSite can help you uncover details on the pricing structures of your competitors. 

Acquisition Specialists to Find the Contracts You Need

CapSite acquires contracts and proposals through the Freedom of Information Act, and every CapSite subscription comes with a FOIA acquisition specialist. These specialists conduct custom contract request outreach and work to acquire any type of contract or proposal from your wish list of competing vendors and provider organizations.

Insight into Provider Deals

Enhance your sales capabilities by leveraging CapSite to gain insight into provider purchasing decisions. You can shine light on what bids were lost, what technologies were selected and what the providers ultimately agreed to implement. Use this insight to understand what could be the difference between a winning and losing deal.