Temple University Hospital saves $19 million with embedded MedAssets Spend and Clinical Resource Management
Improving supply chain operations on a sustainable basis requires multiple strategies. Temple University Hospital generated more than $19 million in documented value-driven savings through development of 70 KPIs for a wide array of operational areas, including item master load, distributor price changes, contract compliance, fill rates and service levels, as well as performance of in-house delivery and distribution systems. Learn how a combination of new technologies and on-hand expertise led to quantifiable performance improvement.
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