HealthTech July 28, 2022
Adam Bertram

Organizations looking to strengthen their supply chain management can turn to these strategies.

Over the past two years, shortages and logistical issues have plagued the healthcare supply chain. With critical equipment and medical devices in short supply, providers and governments have revamped their procurement processes. Some have succeeded, as Cleveland Clinic did, by tracking items using radio-frequency identification technology.

Wherever loss prevention is paramount, such strategies have prevented orders from slipping through the cracks. It’s a lesson in how technology can strengthen supply chain management.

1. Rely on Automation to Improve Healthcare Supply Chains

Healthcare staff often find supply chain documentation tracking to be a headache: 86 percent of nurses from a 2021 study expressed discontent with their systems. Additionally,...

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