Reducing Costs in the Healthcare Sector

We work with public and private hospitals, aged care providers, and medical service providers to sustainably reduce operating costs.

Our team has delivered significant, wide-ranging cost reduction projects for many Public Local Health Networks or Hospital and Health Services as well as private healthcare providers throughout Australia and South-east Asia. Our difference is how we engage with clinicians and talk their language, leading to excellent engagements.

Subject Matter Experts

We know healthcare and understand the complexities of procurement in clinical environments. Our team has a deep understanding of the categories of clinical and non-clinical goods and services needed to deliver strong patient outcomes.

We have deep product and market knowledge in the following categories:

Clinical Services

Private service contracts, medical imaging, ​radiation oncology, audiology, endoscopy, ​allied health, community care.


Orthopaedics, primary & revision, trauma, spinal, cardiovascular, neurosurgery​.

Medical Consumables

Drapes, gowns, needles, ​surgical instruments, wound closure, wound care, procedure packs​.

Medical Equipment

MRI,CT, ultrasound, power tools, beds, contracts.


Drugs, prescription services, logistics, stock management, logistics, contracts.


Patient food, cleaning, linen and laundry, ​commercial services, agency and locum staff, IT, Telecommunications, patient services, building and maintenance​.

Our Case Studies

Here are some of our Healthcare Case Studies.

Opportunity Assessment

Our team has delivered significant wide ranging cost reduction projects for many Hospitals. Our difference is how we engage heavily with Clinicians and all areas of the organisation. We know where to look and which projects work well.

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Hospital Cost Reduction

Caliba review hospital spend for a living and deliver large scale hospital cost reduction projects. One key thing we have learned is that you cannot successfully reduce hospital costs with only focusing on the drapes, needles and dressings.

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Healthcare Insights