Want to improve patient experience? Innovate your supply chain

Morgan Haefner - Print  | 

Supply chains stuck in traditional inventory management practices are fraught with high costs, waste and inefficiencies.

To streamline supply chain and clinical operations, executives need to spur physician engagement, automation and supply optimization. The best-performing hospitals in the U.S. know this. They have realized $23 billion in savings by recognizing significant financial opportunity lies in successful supply chain management, according to a recent study by Navigant Consulting.*

During a webinar Feb. 13 at 11 a.m. CT, industry experts will provide healthcare leaders an insider look into functional supply chain strategies. Webinar participants Tapan Shah, MBA, director of supply chain solutions at Cardinal Health, and Sue Champion, BSN, RN, MBA, CNOR, director of clinical operations at Cardinal Health, will discuss how to tackle barriers to a low-cost supply chain; the benefits of using automation to reduce inventory waste; and how providers can enhance clinical workflow to increase patients' one-on-one time with clinicians.

Webinar registrants will also learn:

To register, click here.

*https://www.navigant.com/news/healthcare/2017/navigant-supply-chain-analysis

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