Though life-saving breakthroughs are occurring daily, the way health care is delivered continues to be more like a race between the hare and the tortoise. By Bob Taylor, senior vice president, supply chain, RWJBarnabas Health Download Article
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Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) redefines business expectations and brings a dynamic and strategic approach to the supply chain. By Ed Hardin Jr. Download Article
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In an effort to better protect patients during product recalls, and to improve care at a population health level, hospitals must begin to accurately capture medical device data through UDI adoption. Download Now
The need for effective clinical stakeholder engagement is a familiar supply chain concept. The longstanding relationship between materials management and value analysis professionals represents the most common interaction between clinical and supply stakeholders.
In reality, collaboration has always been here and will continue to be here. Collaboration is a part of life. In the changing dynamics of healthcare, supply chain is a way of thinking that needs to expand beyond the supply chain team. It is a movement that needs to collaborate across the healthcare facility and even across organizations.