Special Report on
Efficient Healthcare Consumer Response
Efficient Healthcare Consumer Response - Trends
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Healthcare providers and suppliers increase automation, along with data accuracy and visibility, to improve both clinical and financial performance by working through healthcare exchange Louisville, CO — March 29, 2010 — In the debate over healthcare reform, the healthcare supply chain has been largely overlooked as an effective way to reduce the cost of healthcare. Yet the Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) and a collaborative community of healthcare providers, manufacturers, distributors and group purchasing organizations (GPOs) have already documented more than $1.3 billion in savings and are on track to cut another ...
Last year two of the hottest elements in the superheated e-economy were e-health and e-commerce, particularly Business to Business (B2B) exchanges. Attempts to capitalize on these elements created a phenomenon of tremendously over-hyped companies that in turn, not surprisingly, provided some spectacular failures. In the North American hospital environment these two elements converged to create an amazing and confusing array of options ambitiously claiming they would revolutionize one of the least efficient supply chains in existence. Today the hype and rhetoric have diminished to the point ... Read More
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