Group purchasing can boost revenue, reduce costs
Physician practices don't typically devote much time to purchasing and inventory management because, after all, it's a doctor's office and not a warehouse. But some focus on purchasing and inventory can pay off with reduced costs big enough to affect your bottom line, says Dena Kitchens, senior director of physician services with Provista, a consulting company based in Irving, Texas.
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