Welcome to U.S. Final Pass
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National debate on how to bring quality health care to more Americans focuses mainly on insurance costs, not the excessive pricing of goods and services hospitals must rely on. Buying Groups (a.k.a. GPOs) continue to be criticized on how they are compensated and for limiting competition to select vendors. U.S. Final Pass was formed to lower hospital costs by creating true competition among hospital vendors via a mediation-like process- all without affecting current business protocols of and relationships between hospitals, buying groups and vendors.

We are an Indiana corporation with a non-profit arm called U.S. Final Pass Compliance. Both companies are dedicated to making health care more accessible to all by helping hospitals better contain costs. Our hospital clients receive the most complete and innovative solutions in the industry to help them achieve their strategic goals. In the end, what we do is help hospitals better serve you.


Our Mission is Straightforward

  • Increase competition among hospital vendors.
  • Decrease what hospitals pay their vendors.
  • Reduce health care insurance costs for all patients.

In the News:

Click to read: Watch Out For GPOs - Forbes.com

Click then scroll down: U.S. Medical Device Companies Manufacturing Abroad

Changes in Health Care: Today and Tomorrow


A town hall series brought to you by Community Health Network and Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick.


What’s on your mind about health care in America… access? quality? cost? How will new laws and innovations change your health care, why is prevention more important than ever, and what does the future hold for health care careers? Bring your questions to a discussion including providers, insurers, educators and community leaders—and stay for light refreshments. Learn more at townhall.eCommunity.com.



Reaching Out to Our Community


Asian Fest at Garfield Park


U.S. Final Pass President Tim Pezold and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, June 5, 2010.

Mayor Ballard stopped by our booth at Asian Fest. For the third year, AAAI has partnered with IndyParks and Garfield Park to bring Asia to Indianapolis. More than 500 people attend this annual event at Garfield Park, celebrating the food, culture and art of Asian Americans in Central Indiana. The event features ethnic dance and music, colorful costumes, Asian cuisine, art and cultural displays, Asian-related businesses, and civic groups. Each year, AAAI hosts Asia Fest to celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage during the month of May. AAAI strives to expand this festival to include representa tives from all Asian communities and from a variety of civic and business organizations who serve the Asian community. Asia Fest is a unique cultural asset for Indianapolis that serves to increase the cultural fluency of the citizens of central Indiana relating to Asian culture and traditions. For information on their future events, visit Asian American Alliance.


ASI's Asiana Celebration in Indianapolis, IN

Our team with Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard in 2010.

ASI co-founder Dr. David Suzuki and Melina Kennedy sat with us this year.


Asian Services of Indiana (ASI) is an Indianapolis based non-profit formed in 2004. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life of Asians in the USA by improving their access to health care, assisting in their transition to life in American society, and strengthening their support systems through partnerships, advocacy and service. For more information on ASI, visit them at www.asianservices.org.


Ruther Budhi Becomes a St. Joseph's College Fellow

F. Dennis Riegelnegg, Ed.D., St. Joseph's College President and Ruther Budhi,  June 2011.

A Fellow is the highest non-academic honor that is bestowed by St. Joseph College, Rensselaer, Indiana. In the words of Fr. Gross, "A Fellow of Saint Joseph's College sees beyond the horizon of (his) everyday occupation or profession. (He) looks to (his) identification with the College as an…invitation to greatness.” The designation of Fellow is for a lifetime and entitles one to attend the annual induction ceremony and dinner, held on the first Saturday of June, and offers numerous benefits for access to College facilities and functions. Among the first Fellows of the College were President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower. The Fellows Program was established in 1962 by Rev. Raphael Gross, C.PP.S., the thirteenth president of Saint Joseph's College.