Authentication and registration
During the authentication and registration process, you'll be provided with all necessary information and documentation to help you comply with Mayo Clinic policies and procedures.
Resources for authentication and registration:
Equal employment opportunity and affirmative action
Mayo Clinic is a federal contractor obligated to take affirmative action to employ women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans. Mayo Clinic is also required to inform prospective suppliers and vendors that they, too, may have such obligations.
Mayo Clinic has a Vendor Portal, an online tool that lets your organization view payments and track the status of your invoices with Mayo Clinic. The portal is free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To streamline processes and increase efficiencies for both Mayo Clinic and our suppliers, a new quote template was put in place Jan. 1, 2014. Going forward, all new quotes will need to be in this format.
Resources for submitting a quote to Mayo Clinic:
Medical device and data security
Mayo Clinic has developed requirements and processes based on industry-accepted standards in order to partner with vendors to improve the cybersecurity of medical devices.
Prior to the purchase and installation of medical devices in Mayo's environment, an evaluation is performed to assess the risk and understand appropriate mitigation, to ensure that products will function to ensure cyberattacks do not pose a threat to patient safety or security.
Resources for SPAD Medical Device Risk Assessment Materials:
Some assessments may also require an architecture diagram or additional information regarding subcontractors. Please use the following links if this information has been requested:
Oct. 22, 2020