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Product Standardization Helped this Health Network Save $60,000 Annually
In order to maintain healthy operating margins, Einstein Healthcare Network needed to transition from manual to automated business processes, address their repetitive supply chain functions and reduce their supply costs. Using a number of McKesson's business tools, Einstein was able to save vaulable staff time and reduce annual non-acute supply costs by approximately $60,000.Learn How
Interview with Experts
Supply Chain Leader of Tomorrow: Expanding Scope of Responsibilities
This interview with experts explores the intricacies of being a supply chain executive in today's changing landscape and how servicing non-acute care sites demands automation for success.
"Upon initial assessment of the non-acute supply chain and its strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement, I found that it was much less automated than the acute supply chain," says Steve Piraino, Director of Corporate Purchasing and Supply Chain Management for Einstein Healthcare Network. "There was no EDI, no formulary, no usage of our GPO contracts, multiple distributors, and a lot of transaction discrepancies and re-work."