The current model for strategic negotiations is not reducing costs in the long term, forcing providers to employ more innovative models to lower supply expense.
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The amount of waste in the healthcare system is unsustainable and requires supply chain to adopt new processes for cost recovery and spend reduction that will create a leaner, more efficient supply chain to free funds for other initiatives and add greater value to healthcare.
Effectively implement barcode scanning at the point of use while improving patient safety and reducing costs.
Automatically capturing the UDI at the point of care will not only improve patient safety, enhance productivity and reduce costs, it is the foundation for the advanced and predictive analytics that will be required to thrive in healthcare’s turbulent environment.
Learn how sharing the risk of product or service outcomes is becoming more common in healthcare and how providers and suppliers can work together to generate financial, operational and clinical value.
Explore how supplier diversity is a valuable investment toward sustainability.
Cardboard and storage regulations and best practices are discussed by panelists and attendees in a recorded virtual roundtable setting.
How is your supply chain contributing to “community health?” Like almost everyone, your hospital or health system is talking about that and improving patient lives…what is your organization’s contribution?
An overview of the reasons for drug shortages, recent advocacy efforts to ameliorate the situation, and action steps organizations can take to minimize the impact of drug shortages on patient care.
This presentation takes a close look at what can be done to improve many convention-type speeches. The first aspect has to do with the construction of the talk. What information will your audience be most receptive to and how should you get it across? The editing process will require you to leave some things out. What information can safely be excluded?