Clinical CareSurge in Syphilis Cases Leads Some Providers to Ration Penicillin
Nationwide, syphilis rates are at a 70-year high.
Supply ChainCan Government Solve the Nation's Drug Supply Shortage?
Experts believe that targeted incentives could alleviate longstanding and chronic supply challenges.
Finance2 Financial Strategies the CFO of McLaren Will Prioritize in 2024
Two major strategies are at the forefront of one CFO's 2024 financial planning.
Supply ChainNo Easy Fix for U.S. Drug Shortages
Pharmaceutical shortages are jeopardizing care quality, patient safety.
StrategyHow The C-Suite is Battling Inflation's Effects on Healthcare
Hospitals and health systems must be proactive instead of standing pat and waiting for inflation to ease.
Supply ChainHow to Get Docs On Board with Product Procurement
The key to getting doctors on board is to present them with the evidence, and then put it to a...
Supply ChainECRI Honors 12 Hospital Supply Chains
The award recognizes providers for excellence in their supply chain processes.
Supply ChainCongress Warns DSCSA Could Disrupt Drug Supply
Starting Nov. 27, all drugs must be able to be tracked electronically on the unit level.
Supply ChainUPS Strike Would Derail Medical Supply Chain, HIDA Says
HIDA and scores business organizations are raising concerns about the disruptions that would occur in a walk-out.
Supply ChainDrug Shortages Endanger Patients, Hike Costs
Drug shortages affect consumer costs in several ways, including higher out-of-pocket costs, higher insurance premiums, and adverse health.
PayerPatients Squeezed in Fight Over Who Gets to Bill for Pricey Infusion Drugs
Some insurers are bypassing hospital pharmacies and physician offices and instead sending more complex drugs through third-party pharmacies.
Supply ChainU.S. Senate Bill Tackles Medical Supply Chain Weaknesses
The legislation gives the executive enhanced powers to cut red tape and reduce trade barriers with 'trusted allies.'