Whitepaper: Solutions to Consumption-based Supply Chain in Healthcare

The challenges confronting all healthcare providers / organizations today are numerous and often daunting. With the ever increasing revenue and cost challenges confronting all areas of healthcare, the large expenditures made in materials purchasing and management need to run efficiently and at the lowest possible cost per patient.

This paper determines that the truest solution for complex, healthcare Materials Management is one that works in collaboration with all key aspects of the organization – not in isolation. Click below and read it now.

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“Now I have the capability to know when the invoice was received, whom it was sent to, and if it was returned with approval for payment. Then I can easily view the batch or document and expedite payment for the vendor”

Jacqueline Kingman, Systems Administrator, Frankford Hospitals

Top Takeaways from this Whitepaper

PRIMARY COST DRIVERS IN HEALTHCARE

The largest expense healthcare organizations incur is labor in the form of wages and salaries. The second largest cost a healthcare organization must incur is materials. Learn about how you can better manage materials resources in an age of greater management scrutiny.

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BEST PRACTICES IN HEALTHCARE SUPPLY CHAIN

How can a certain level of care be delivered in a way to minimize the total cost of materials – both consumable and longer term assets – in a consumption-based supply model? Discover some solid strategies inside.

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MANAGING VENDOR CONTRACTS AND REBATES

This is another area in healthcare where cost savings can have a significant financial impact. We can show you can effectively handle both Vendor Contract PO discounts and rebates scenarios.

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COMBATING LOST CHARGES

Many healthcare organizations wrestle with inventory shrinkage. The inventory should have 10 in stock but we actually only have 5 on the shelves. While theft is always a prevailing issue, defective items, spoiled or expired items sometimes get disposed of in consumption areas and do not get accounted for. We can tell you how to combat these inventory woes.

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