How Hospital, Healthcare Supply Chain Leaders Should Respond
The CARES Act distribution, which is on track to provide $175 billion to healthcare, provides a vital lifeline for hospitals navigating the short- and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. For many hospitals, the financial situation has never been more dire, and the stakes have never been higher.
The Inventory Diaries : How We Found $46 Million in Hidden Value at One Hospital
We identify hidden value during many of our annual inventory reviews, but we find the most hidden value—on average anywhere from two to five times the hospital’s estimated inventory value—when we provide inventory services at facilities that haven’t had annual reviews for a couple of years or longer.Learn More
Inventory services is about much more than conducting accurate inventory counts. Rebecca Johnson explains the many other valuable services while they've provided while there on-site.Learn More
The Inventory Diaries : Uncovering Safety and Compliance Problems at One Hospital
Rebecca Johnson & Desi Bryant list some concerning safety problems they’ve discovered while performing inventories at hospitals. In two recent cases, those were related to safety and compliance problems associated with controlled substances.Learn More
The Inventory Diaries : Discovering Nearly $200K Worth of Expired Products at One Hospital
Rebecca Johnson, one of Syft’s Senior Field Managers of Inventory Services, describes the alarming rate of expired products her team encounters while performing inventories at hospitals. Learn More
Lee Smith : FDA Recall Management Made Simple with Syft Synergy
How hospitals can reduce patient safety risks through scanning and recall alerts at the clinical point-of-use
As a registered nurse that has spent 15 years caring for patients in the OR and another 19 years helping ORs manage their extensive inventories, I know just how significant it is that our new 4.2 release includes FDA-integration for product recall. Learn More
Brion Bailey & Marita Parks : ORBM 2020: Top 6 Sessions for Hospital Supply Chain Leaders
Syft’s Chief Commercial Officer Brion Bailey, and Syft’s Chief Nursing Officer Marita Parks, RN, MHA, share their top ORBM session recommendations.
The OR Business Management Conference (ORBM) is nearly here. With so many great sessions to choose from, it may be difficult to determine where to spend your time. To help, we’ve reviewed all of the sessions, and identified our top recommendations.
Todd Plesko : How to Outperform Your Peers: Qualities Shared by Top Hospital Supply Chain Leaders
Gartner, Inc. has released its 11th annual Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 ranking, which recognizes companies across the healthcare value chain that demonstrate the highest levels of supply chain leadership. Learn More
Brion Bailey : Five Questions for Brion Bailey, Syft’s New Chief Commercial Officer
Brion shares why he joined Syft, the top ways supply chain management is changing, and how supply chain optimization can improve a hospital’s bottom line
Brion Bailey, Syft’s new Chief Commercial Officer, has spent 25 years in healthcare, serving in leadership positions at companies such as Becton Dickinson, CareFusion, Cardinal Health, and Pyxis Technologies. Learn More
Todd Plesko : Healthcare’s Big Shift: From Client-Server to Cloud, Where Are You on the Adoption Curve?
Move over EHR. When it comes to massive systems, ERP wins.
Hospitals have learned hard lessons over the years, and many are facing a technology hangover – making it less desirable to choose from the growing list of health IT solutions for operational, financial and clinical improvement. Learn More