Hospital Supply Chain Market Reports
Survey of hospital executives and supply chain leaders reveals top concerns and emerging challenges Many hospitals and health systems continue to put off critical supply chain improvement initiatives. We have put together two new market reports that highlight the survey findings and explain what you can do to start improving your hospital supply chain. REPORT: HOSPITAL SUPPLY CHAIN INSIGHTS REPORT: 3 WAYS TO BOOST MARGINS THROUGH SUPPLY CHAIN IMPROVEMENTS
Syft Synergy® An Enterprise-Wide Approach
Optimized hospital supply chain management can reduce annual expenses by 22.6%, or $12.1 million per hospital, according to a recent Guidehouse report. Syft Synergy, our platform-based solution, helps hospitals increase efficiency and reduce waste by providing total visibility and control of the supply chain. LEARN MORE ABOUT SYFT SYNERGY LEARN HOW SYFT INTEGRATES WITH EHRs, ERPs
Syft's Critical Services Spotlight:
Syft provides accurate point-in-time inventory visibility for hospitals whenever they need it, including for mid- and year-end reporting.
Point-of-Use and Analytics Services
Syft improves efficiency and reduces supply costs in operating rooms, cath labs, and other procedural areas. Preference card optimization and analytics tools help hospitals capture real-time materials utilization in the OR, reduce waste, and significantly increase margins.
Hospital Supply Chain Budget Justification Model: No Margin. No Mission.
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Syft Synergy Platform Brochure
Learn how our platfrom gives supply chain and clinical staff visibility into products being used across the entire healthcare system including those within perioperative, procedural, and nursing units. Read the Brochure
Three Ways to Boost Margins Through Supply Chain Improvements
With mounting pressure to improve the bottom line and bounce back against pandemic-induced revenue losses, it’s time for hospitals pick up the pace on supply chain improvement initiatives. This report can help them get started.Get the Report
Hospital Supply Chain Insights Report
In the nearly two years since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, some hospitals have taken steps to create more resilient supply chains. But a new survey reveals that most are not prioritizing supply chain improvements as highly as they should.Read the Report
Nurses: The Secret Factor for Better Supply Chains
What a nurse-centric supply chain looks like and how to achieve it. The top supply chain changes nurses wish their hospitals would make, and how current supply chain processes impact efficiency, waste and revenue, patient safety, and stress. Read the Report