The road to systemness:
Delivering an outcomes-driven
Lack of systemization in a health care supply chain causes significant issues for the health system financially, logistically and culturally.
Ohio’s largest provider of health care was faced with a decentralized supply chain that made it inefficient and expensive. This white paper tells the story of how Mercy Health rebuilt its supply chain culture, organization and logistics processes to better meet the needs of its internal customers and enhance patient care.
Readers will learn:
- How consolidation and standardization impacts health care operations
- Why a shared-risk, strategic supply partnership can improve service and efficiencies
- The benefits of establishing a consolidated managed physician preference items (PPI) logistics model
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