Each month, Hybrent explores the top news and headlines affecting the supply chain industry. This month in the news: a new study by JAMA Surgery underscores the value of case costing; 7 supply chain lessons providers can learn from other industries; and a new survey found that provider organizations are looking to implement healthcare costs tools to better manage healthcare supply chain costs under value-based care models.
OR Cost Scorecards Help Reduce Healthcare Supply Chain Costs
A new study by JAMA Surgery has found that surgical departments reduced healthcare supply chain costs by almost 10 percent in a year after implementing a program that determined the cost of a surgical case. Click here to read the article. To learn how Hybrent can help your ASC implement preference cards and accurately determine the cost of a case, click here to view a short video, Understanding Case Costing.
7 supply chain lessons from auto and retail industries
Author and supply chain expert Mark Graban shares seven supply chain lessons based on his knowledge of automotive, electronic, and industrial products aimed at helping providers turn their supply chains into a strategic asset. Click here to learn more.
Provider Organizations Seek Healthcare Costs Tools for Value-Based Care
Provider organizations are increasingly looking to implement healthcare costs tools to better manage healthcare supply chain costs under value-based care models, a recent Black Book Market Research survey of over 1,100 healthcare procurement and technology leaders revealed. Click here to read more.