Healthcare Supply Chain Management and AI

Better supply chain management can enable health systems to reduce their supply expenses by an average of 17.7% or $11 million annually per hospital, according to a new report. The report, from Syft, a healthcare supply chain management company based in Stratford, Connecticut,  cites secondary research from a number of sources as well as a market surveyconducted by Sage Growth Partners for Syft earlier this year. The survey of 100 healthcare C-suite and supply chain leaders queried healthcare leaders on their supply chain priorities, existing capabilities, and challenges; as well as what solutions they use to analyze and manage their supply chain costs.

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