GHX has the experience and expertise to help healthcare providers and suppliers understand where the industry is headed and anticipate what they need to do to stay ahead of the curve.
Clinically integrated supply chain
The clinical and operational sides of healthcare have long worked in silos, making collaboration and data sharing a challenge. The industry is starting to tear down these barriers to develop a culture of true collaboration.
Health systems have steadily been increasing investment in alternative care locations. To realize maximum value, health systems must take a comprehensive, strategic approach to expanding standardization and automation across the supply chain.
In the wake of the pandemic, many organizations are doing everything they can to avoid repeating the experiences of 2020. But making the supply chain more resilient requires health systems to change how they’ve traditionally operated.
Mergers, acquisitions and divestitures have become a familiar part of most healthcare manufacturers' and suppliers' growth strategies in healthcare. There is a lot of opportunity on the table, but there is also an element of risk.
The crisis in 2020 illustrated weaknesses in the healthcare supply chain. Your customers are looking closely at what it costs to do business with you—in both time and money— and providers are faced with mounting pressures to deliver higher quality care at lower costs.
No one can predict the future, but it is likely that hospitals will continue to struggle financially in the years ahead as they attempt to recoup lost revenue. Both providers and suppliers need increased visibility into the status of cash flow to enable proactive decisions for financial success.