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Supply Chain

Empowering Women in the Supply Chain

Positive change is happening in the traditionally male-dominated supply chain industry with more women stepping into leadership roles. However, persistent challenges such as underrepresentation, unconscious bias, work-life balance issues, safety concerns, and pay inequity hinder women’s progress in the field. Despite these challenges, its important to achieve gender parity not just for moral reasons but […]

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Where is Supply Chain Transformation Headed?

There is a need for transformation in the traditional approach to supply chain operations in healthcare, particularly for group purchasing organizations (GPOs). An estimated 97% of hospitals rely on GPOs to optimize pricing for supplies. The need for supply chain reengineering is primarily driven by the desire to reduce costs, with 47% of healthcare leaders

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Maintaining Warehouse Equipment During Peak Season Demand

Minimizing equipment downtime and maintaining efficient warehouse operations during the demands of busy season are key challenges fulfillment teams face each year. It’s important to seek out a versatile partner who can source equipment from various manufacturers, negotiate flexible rental agreements, and has a nationwide network to provide solutions outside traditional channels. Acquire equipment that

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Optimizing Supply Chain and Clinician Flow

Trust and transparency are key to clinical and supply chain teams making mutually informed decisions that optimize efficiency. A clinically integrated supply chain results in an optimized workflow with minimized overspending and unnecessary cost. Integrating technologies that share real time data provides greater visibility of on-hand inventory which improves communication, workflow and the patient experience.

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Supply Chain and Sustainability Initiatives

The involvement of the supply chain in sustainability initiatives is a powerful role that should not be overlooked. With the significant spend that the healthcare supply chain has, implementing sustainability improvements in the products and services it provides is essential. The supply chain’s commitment to improve sustainability provides opportunities to save energy and reduce waste. Since

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Connecting Supply Chain with Clinical Practice

As supply expenses continue to rise, it is critical for clinical teams to partner with the supply chain to control pricing variations. New technology advances and utilization variances often are contributing factors to these pricing discrepancies. Clinicians and supply chain teams can work closely together to fill in these data variances and gaps. Truly understanding

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Supply Chain’s Contribution to Patient Satisfaction and Engagement

Delivering cost saving improvements and ensuring caregivers have the necessary supplies to deliver the best quality of care to their patients is key to creating a successful health system. Strategically involving the supply chain results in improved patient outcomes and ensures the organization remains cost effective and efficient. This drives patient loyalty and organizational growth

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