Hospital Procurement Study: Quantifying Supply Chain Costs


Tue Mar 29 13:00:27 CDT 2016

Hospitals are facing rapidly increasing financial pressures, and  continue to seek more cost- and time-saving methods to acquire supplies. One area of increasing interest is the hospital or healthcare system’s supply chain model; in particular, whether greater efficiencies can be achieved  by maximizing the share of spending through a commercial distributor, or by increasing the share of purchases directly from manufacturers.

The Hospital Procurement Study compares the activities and related internal process costs associated with purchasing directly from a manufacturer to those associated with purchases using a distributor.  

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Which method have you seen greater efficiencies? (please post a comment)