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Early collaboration reduces product variation

Clinicians, supply chain and other key players are focused more on what it takes to provide consistently high-quality care at a more affordable cost.

The quest for consistency

The standardization of kits, packs and procedure trays is a necessity for preventing errors, inefficiencies and waste.

Supply Chain’s latest Elite 8 pursuing, embracing larger roles for data,...

This year, eight organizations, spanning eight states from the East Coast to the West Coast and several areas in between, join 70 other ongoing healthcare supply chain superstars profiled by HPN since 2011.

Elite 8 in ’16 extending supply chain operations to new heights

The capstone of HPN’s coverage at year’s end includes its annual snapshot of “Supply Chain Operations Worth Watching.” This year, eight organizations, spanning seven states,...

Physician preference: Aligned, in line or out of line?

When it comes to physician preference in the healthcare organization, the two sides generally and historically follow this trend: Physicians represent church; Supply Chain...

Open Payments…should Value Analysis care?

What in the world is this Open Payments thing? In a nutshell, it is a portion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act...