Learn the key elements of purchasing control and execution of capital equipment purchases is critical to leadership and success in healthcare purchasing and supply chain management.
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You can't control your expenses if you don't have control of authorized signatories for contracts and purchases, either within your facility or the health system.
Demand amplification often leads to too little or too much inventory and can be stopped by taking command of your inventory and managing variables.
The engagement and alignment of employees will accelerate achievement of quality, safety, service and operational goals. This is easy to say, but it is more challenging to execute. Discover what leaders must do to create true employee collaboration through Managing Up.
Transforming health care should not only include clinical driven initiatives, but take a high reliability organization approach within all major contributors to the acute-care setting, specifically, Supply Chain Management.
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Join us as we unlock the potential of the clinically integrated supply chain through change leadership.
How supply chain professionals can impact medical device cybersecurity
Improve product utilization and drive down costs through the combination of best in class supply chain operations and data.
The concept of physician preference has challenged hospital leadership seeking to control costs while maintaining strong relationships with practitioners. Margins on physician preference items are typically higher compared to other innovative industries and products.
In this presentation, we share findings from a groundbreaking survey of physicians and case studies that will debunk several myths that have stifled clinical resource management. Presenters will highlight the shift toward evaluating physician preference items and its profound impact on your organization’s approach to value analysis and improving clinical and financial outcomes. The second part of this series on April 6th will take a deeper dive into these dialogues that can increase positive and productive relationships.
This session will focus on key learnings and best practices using case studies from leading hospitals and healthcare systems that have successfully aligned their supply chain and strategic vision.