How inefficient inventory practices negatively impact clinician and patient satisfaction
Cardinal Health and Suzanna Hoppszallern, Senior Editor - Data and Research, Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine
Event Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 1 pm Eastern (12 pm CT)
Sources show as much as 25% of clinicians’ time is spent away from the patient and focused on non-direct-care, such as paperwork and securing supplies and equipment.123 Additionally, pressures from declining reimbursements and strict measurements on patient experience are forcing health systems to find ways to reduce spend and waste while still keeping the patient satisfied. Understanding how to address these common challenges in the Cardiovascular Lab is critical – more than ever before.
Join Cardinal Health, as we discuss the most common inventory management challenges that not only take significant time away from patient care, but also impact waste and costs. Learn how operational excellence best practices and the use of automation can drive stronger alignment with your staff, while getting them back to what matters most – the patient.
Attendees will be able to:
- Understand how an aligned supply chain can result in reduced costs, satisfied staff and healthier patients
- Recognize key challenges with inventory management that impact the time spent on patient care
- Understand the benefits automation can help achieve in the Cardiovascular Department
- Learn how to achieve support and buy-in from key stakeholders
Director of Supply Chain Strategy, Cardinal Health
President, Sargent Healthcare Strategies
Senior Editor, Data and Research - Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine
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