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Healthcare, Supply Chain

3 Myths about Point-of-Use Inventory Management Systems

Health systems looking to control costs while strengthening patient care often struggle to bring lasting change to hospital supply chains with complex requirements.

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Supply Chain

Playing It {Too} Safe with Inventory?

Although no business likes carrying safety stock, experiencing a stockout simply isn’t worth the risk to customer satisfaction. Take an industry-informed look at how to achieve demand planning ‘greatness’ when it comes to optimizing your inventory levels and still meeting customer requirements.

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Healthcare, Supply Chain

It’s Time to Transform the Healthcare Supply Chain

Transformation is a disruptive undertaking, but the risks and opportunities within the IDN Supply Chain warrant a closer look into a health system's nextgen supply chain readiness.

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Healthcare, Supply Chain

Closing the Operational Gaps Between Clinical and Supply Chain in Healthcare

It’s an interesting time in the healthcare industry, and for the supply chain specifically. Each of the following market factors is thrusting the supply chain to center stage and calling on all of us to up our game in the face of more complex operations. These factors include:

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Demand Planning and Forecasting, Supply Chain, Warehouse Management

Warehouse Inventory Management: Getting The Right Product To The Right Person

When supply chain professionals plan for future demand, their thoughts gravitate to meeting customer service levels while minimizing the amount of capital tied up in inventory.  Demand planning and warehouse inventory management is about having the right product in the right place at the right time … right? Four occurrences of the same word would cause my old English teacher to shudder at this excessive use of a word in a single sentence. However, let us return to the important business of meeting consumer demand without incurring the cost of excess inventory.

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