Pandemic exposes healthcare supply chain challenges, opportunities


How to control cost, reduce risk, improve visibility and build resilience

The COVID-19 pandemic has strained healthcare systems’ supply chains. Struggles to get PPE, ventilators and other vital supplies to front-line staff have been front page news. But they also have revealed outdated operating models and real opportunities. Supply chains represent about 35% of costs for most healthcare systems. By using today’s powerful analytic tools to better match supply and demand and to automate and centralize procurement, healthcare systems can improve visibility, centralize decision making, reduce costs, control risks and build more efficient, more resilient supply chains.

Listen now as Jeff Berman, who has more than 30 years of experience helping major healthcare organizations leverage technology to transform operations and unlock profits, discusses what’s next for healthcare supply chains.




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