Corporate financial responsibility at HUS Logistics means attaining financial goals so as to be able to generate added value for customers and member municipalities in the long term. Services are produced for customers cost-effectively. In procurement, competitive tendering is employed to achieve substantial cost savings. Also, nursing supplies procurements are managed so as to ensure a uniform range of supplies throughout the treatment path of any given patient.
The Joint Authority HUS consists of five hospital areas: the Helsinki University Hospital Area and the Hyvinkää, Lohja, Porvoo and Länsi-Uusimaa Hospital Areas. The income of the Joint Authority HUS consists of service fees paid by member municipalities and other Joint Authority revenue. The service fees are determined according to the actual use of services by member municipalities.
HUS Logistics forms part of the Joint Authority HUS. HUS Logistics complies with the financial directives of the Joint Authority HUS. The Joint Authority HUS sets financial and operational goals for HUS Logistics on an annual basis.
FS 2019 vs Budget 2020
|HUS Logistics income statement||FS 2019||Budget 2020||Change EUR
Budget 2020 vs
Budget 2020 /
|Materials, supplies and consumables||220,083||211,533||−8,550||−3.9%|
|Other operating costs||2,195||2,230||36||1.6%|
|Operating costs, total||260,799||257,776||−3,023||−1.2%|
|Depreciation and reductions in value||378||411||34||8.9%|
|Total operating costs and depreciation||261,177||258,187||−2,990||−1.1%|
|Operating margin after depreciation||7||0||−7||−100.0%|
|Financing income and expenses||5||0||−5||−100.0%|