Frontline staff managing inventory impacts patient care

July 5, 2017

How much is inventory management interfering with your hospital staff’s patient responsibilities? Studies show that nurses in medical/surgical inpatient units typically spend up to two hours of their shift performing supply chain related tasks. This impacts the quality of care. Streamlining supply chain processes allows frontline caregivers to spend more time with patients. This infographic illustrates a new way to store, use, replenish, analyze and optimize medical/surgery inventory to help get clinicians back to patients and support outcomes – see how it saved one hospital three hours per day* in labor spent on ordering products.

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