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December 20, 2017

Garbage In, Garbage Out

For healthcare to successfully complete its move from fee-for-service to a system that rewards quality, a new, enriched data standard is required and the industry knows it. In fact, the

December 20, 2017

Great Expectations Dim Enlightenment

When it comes to changing behaviors, implementing new technologies and improving processes, people may hem and haw, hesitate or postpone the perceived inevitable update or upgrade. They

December 20, 2017

Why Healthcare Needs Value-Based Supply Chain Management

Healthcare supply chain — the holistic flow of relationships between suppliers and customers — is about efficiently delivering low cost care as goods and supplies, such as a

December 20, 2017

Driving Supply Chain Value

Collaborating with Suppliers under the CQO Approach Without Usability, Healthcare Data Standards Are Worthless Our organizations have worked individually and collectively to

December 20, 2017

Driving Supply Chain Management Technology Adoption

Regional Purchasing Networks: Driving Supply Chain Management Technology Adoption //

December 20, 2017

Commport Expands Content Services and Technology Portfolio

AURORA, ONTARIO, Feb 19, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- Commport Communications International, Inc. announced today that it has reached an agreement with Prodigo Solutions to become

December 20, 2017

Brains Over Brawn is the Key to Reducing Supply Costs

With reimbursements falling and expenses growing, hospitals and health systems are feeling the squeeze, and cutting supply chain costs is one of the first things systems are doing to

December 20, 2017

Analysis vs. Analytics: A Defining Moment?

You might hear the terms clinical data analysis and clinical data analytics bandied about rather frequently. But one question might percolate to the surface: What is the difference

December 20, 2017

Why Executives Are Demanding Supply Chain Management Value

As hospitals transition into the value-based payment realm, they remain focused on effectively slashing costs. Supply chain management is the second largest expense for healthcare