clinical intelligence for supply chain leadership

Mobile tech expands to strengthen supply chain links

If mobile capabilities represent the future of healthcare interoperability, then welcome to the future. Clinical and supply chain operations continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible in mobile-assisted healthcare.

Keeping track pays you back

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Using a tracking device in the OR to scan supplies and capture data at the point-of-care is moving towards the norm.

Be choosy when choosing new technology

Get expert tips and advice for selecting the right point-of-use instrument scanning technology for your operating room.

FDA announces steps for generic drug review to promote access and...

The FDA announced additional steps to encourage generic competition as part of the continued implementation of the Drug Competition Action Plan. This plan has three...

The 2018 Mark McKenna Lecture will feature speaker Michael O. Leavitt

The McKenna Lecture and Reception 2018, sponsored by the Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium at the W. P. Carey School of Business at...

FDA pushes back enforcement of UDI requirements for Class I, unclassified...

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said on January 12, 2018 that it will delay its enforcement of certain unique device identification (UDI)...

Joint Commission changes requirements for credentialing, privileging of independent pathologists

The Joint Commission is no longer requiring hospitals, critical access hospitals or ambulatory care organizations to credential and privilege pathologists who provide diagnostic services...

Supply Chain and Pharma’s karma chameleon

From a functional supply chain perspective, Pharmacy and Supply Chain represent two sides of the same coin. Each can – and should – learn something from the other.

Pharmacy, Supply Chain should not drive in the fast lane to...

After more than four decades in pharmacy operations, Marv Feldman knows a thing or two about Pharmacy and its relationship with Supply Chain.

Warm and comfortable

Two considerations for surgical patients are temperature management and pressure management – and if not attended to properly, both can cause a variety of adverse outcomes.
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