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Uncommon Cures for the Cold

Uncommon Cures for the Cold

Still feeling summer’s heat, it’s hard to believe some providers are already planning for cold weather scenarios.  But as supply chain managers are looking for contingency plans that cover all aspects of disaster planning, they’re also looking to save money and improve labor efficiency.  Increasingly, stockless or low unit of measure (LUM) models are the [...]

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Posted in: Cost Management, Efficient Access, Emergency preparedness & contingency planning

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Is Your Pedigree Showing?

Is Your Pedigree Showing?

Over half the states in the U.S. have laws related to the tracing, or pedigree, of the pharmaceutical drug supply chain.  Many of these laws contain competing and overlapping regulations and for companies working in multiple states, become an inefficient, expensive burden. For years, the industry has advocated for a national, uniform pharmaceutical traceability system [...]

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Posted in: Advocacy and Gov Affairs, How distributors make a difference, Policy Outlook & Analysis, Special Features

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Introducing the new StreamliningHealthcare.org

Introducing the new StreamliningHealthcare.org

Welcome to the new StreamliningHealthcare website, an online resource for the latest medical products distribution data and information. We encourage you to explore all of the site’s newest features, including: Resources—Read and download medical supply chain case studies, fact sheets, and statistics ePub—Access supply chain management best practices, healthcare policy, and industry research highlighted in [...]

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Posted in: Advocacy and Gov Affairs, Best Practices, Case Studies, HIDA News, HIDA Resources, Supply chain data trends

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