Since it is October, we thought it was time the healthcare community deserved a treat, instead of a trick. Submit your worst supplier purchasing or negotiation experience below before October 28 and you could earn a donation to your favorite breast cancer charity on behalf of your hospital, in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Once we select the top three scariest stories, we’ll post them to our special Horror Stories Blog from October 29 to 31. Also, don’t worry about being terrorized by monsters for sharing your story; your name, facility and the supplier will be anonymous.
Every local news channel has their version of the Investigative Reporter who is working on your side. Our User Satisfaction Ratings implement that investigative mentality to provide more than just numbers. In a 30 minute session learn how MD Buyline’s User Satisfaction Ratings are gathered and used by our members to not only help select the best vendors and products, but also provide powerful negotiation leverage. Beyond the numbers, see how MD Buyline’s Clinical Analysts use the interview process to uncover valuable customer and technology insight which is available to everyone on your team; from clinicians to the value analysis group and ultimately supply chain.
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One of the most daunting challenges any newly appointed supply chain leader will face is establishing direction. If you are fortunate enough, you will inherit a strong team, defined processes and a clear vision for the department. However, often new leaders are hired because the department lacks one or more of these integral components.