Hospital Supply Chain Insights Report Survey reveals poor supply chain management continues to threaten hospital margins, staff retention, and patient safety
In the nearly two years since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, some hospitals have taken steps to create more resilient supply chains. But a new survey reveals that most are not prioritizing supply chain improvements as highly—or embarking on supply chain improvement initiatives as quickly—as they should.
This report, based on a survey of 100 hospital and supply chain leaders in August 2021, reveals key survey findings, as well as four ways hospitals should respond to emerging supply chain challenges.
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- How most hospital leaders rate their supply chain performance
- Top supply chain vulnerabilities exposed by the pandemic
- Whether hospitals are addressing these vulnerabilities
- How supply chain challenges are influencing burnout and attrition
- How to respond to emerging supply chain challenges
Industry Reception for Market Report:
- From Axios: Health care plagued by new supply chain shortages >
- From Fierce Healthcare: Hospital leaders agree COVID revealed 'significant' supply chain issues. Less than half say they've plugged the gaps >
- From ASH Clinical News: Are Hospital Leaders Doing Enough to Address Supply Chain Issues? >
- From Tampa Bay Business Journal: Majority of hospital executives say they need to do more to improve their supply chain issues >
- From Columbia Missourian: MU Health Care stocks up on hospital items despite pandemic supply chain woes >