The Healthcare Hub

GHX provides a wide range of perspectives on how greater collaboration and visibility across the supply chain can improve both clinical and financial performance in healthcare.

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

The Risks of Overlooking AP Automation

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While healthcare organizations have increasingly adopted digital processes over the past decade, COVID-19 threw fuel on the fire, accelerating digital transformation as a necessity to successfully navigate the pandemic —think telehealth, remote patient monitoring, etc.

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Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Save Your Top AP Talent from Back-office Burnout

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When we think about staff burnout in healthcare, frontline clinicians are the first people who come to mind. But the pandemic has also put extreme pressure on back-office teams, particularly supply chain in the scramble to procure and pay for critical items from both primary and secondary suppliers.

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Thursday, May 26, 2022

5 Questions to Assess Your Strategic Digital Direction

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Nearly all U.S. health system executives surveyed (99%) say it’s important to invest in digital transformation to improve outcomes and reduce cost of care.1 However, when digital transformation is not fully understood, then it’s also not well planned, processes are only partially automated, and investments are marginalized.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

There’s No Mystery Behind the Clinically Integrated Supply Chain—Only Teamwork

Cultivating the shared organizational vision and strategy that a clinically integrated supply chain enables is essential in the face of increasing expenses and declining margins. But with so many different methodologies and frameworks crowding the conversation, it’s no wonder that the path to a clinically integrated supply chain can feel shrouded in mystery.

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Thursday, May 12, 2022

International Nurses Day: How healthcare organizations are empowering nurses to improve patient outcomes

With Unite 360 Advocates Ryan Rotar, Gary Gremel, Sr., Mary K. McCarthy, Angela Stoddard and Judy Webb-Hapgood

This year, it’s more appropriate than ever that we celebrate International Nurses Day on the birthday of Florence Nightingale. Schoolchildren are told of her as "The lady with the lamp," leading the charge to care for wounded English soldiers in Victorian times. History portrays her as a kindly caregiver. But she was also the woman who used data analysis and data visualization and modern medical training to pioneer the field of professional nursing and take it to a higher level.

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