With the ongoing transformation of the U.S. healthcare delivery system, supply chain has become a key player in meeting organizational goals by driving clinical value, implementing innovation, and delivering operational efficiency. In order to fulfil its multifaceted objectives, supply chain is engaging with various stakeholders in pursuit of a common mission to foster a coordinated healthcare delivery system. AHRMM15 will explore key ideas, trends, and best practices around building strategic stakeholder engagement, with an emphasis on supply chain perspective.
In part one of this four-part infographic series, we shared how purchased services affect a hospitals revenue and cost structure. In part two we will share how purchased services affects a hospital's...READ MORE
In this four-part infographic series, based on the article "Top Four Things the CFO Needs to Know About Purchased Services," we will share how hospitals can stay ahead of the curve by focusing on four...READ MORE
In todays ever-evolving healthcare environment, hospital CFOs face a number of challenges. These include changing reimbursement levels, the transition to ICD-10 and the trend toward hospital consolid...READ MORE
In today’s ever-evolving healthcare environment, hospital CFO’s face a number of challenges including changing reimbursement levels, the transition to ICD-10 and trend of hospital consolidation among other factors. These add to the ongoing effort to drive cost savings and drive value creation for their hospital. However, an untapped area continues to lie within the Purchased Services space.
Emerging Technology Analyst James Laskaris was recently interviewed by Heather Punke at Becker's Hospital Review on the topic of UV light disinfection in the article below. The concept of using ul...READ MORE