Industry leaders warn the White House Task Force on Supply Disruption that without intervention the transportation crisis will worsen causing further disruption to the flow of medical products
Closing the gap between supply and demand is imperative and requires ongoing education. IDNs, distributors and manufacturers must educate themselves on the causes of the bullwhip effect in their supply chains, build better trust across partnerships, consolidate data across suppliers and build bridges to create greater supply chain resiliency.
Chain of custody is imperative to ensure product efficacy: The 3 questions Supply Chain Leaders need to ask themselves about what they are sourcing
Diversification of your supplier portfolio is now more important than ever.
4 Ways to Mitigate New Global Supply Chain Risks -Wednesday, December 30, 2020
By reacting efficiently and effectively and implementing contingency measures, you can give reduce supply shortage risk with a digital supply chain strategy
We are better prepared but the supply chain is unstable
Vetting Non-Traditional Suppliers for PPE -Wednesday, November 18, 2020
AHRMM is collaborating with GHX using the same tools, expertise and processes leveraged by its Vendormate solutions to vet non-traditional suppliers offering PPE supplies.
64% of hospitals hoard medical product -Thursday, November 12, 2020
Product purchased but never used creates a financial burden on hospitals
Why the U.S. Still Has a Severe Shortage of Medical Supplies
California state legislature passed the nation's first law requiring healthcare facilities, including hospitals, medical groups, skilled nursing facilities, and dialysis clinics, to maintain a 45-day supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) at pandemic levels to be prepared for future healthcare emergencies.