Resilient Strategies For The Hospital Supply Chain

Executive Dialogue

Using data-driven insights to mitigate disruptions

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the weaknesses of the health care supply chain and highlighted its complexities. In the early days of the pandemic, most health systems planned to have ample critical drugs and procured supplies from nontraditional suppliers to last for months. Now health systems are looking at their medical spend, proactively managing the supply chain, identifying revenue recovery opportunities, leveraging scale with suppliers and applying new ways of forecasting supply.

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