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Re-engineer your supply chain to save lives

Improve your distribution and tracking of medication

Improve your distribution and tracking of medication

Healthcare organizations across the globe are struggling to provide the right drug in the right doses to the right patient across the right route, at the right time using the right equipment and the right documentation.

While adverse drug events (ADEs) have
long been an issue, they continue to be of  increased importance for the healthcare industry due to tight operating budgets, impending regulation and the increased emphasis placed on patient safety.

Adopt a network-wide approach

To reverse this trend, healthcare organizations need to rethink the pharmaceutical supply chain with the aim of centralizing operations across the entire healthcare network, specifically, improve the tracking of medication to the point of care.  

Improved efficiency, effectiveness, control and transparency within the supply chain will enhance an organization’s ability to track medication from its point of origin (production and manufacturing) to the point of care (dispensing and patient administration). Errors that may result in loss of life and loss of significant sums of money will also be reduced.

Re-engineer your supply chain to save lives

Learn how the recent trend toward centralization can help your healthcare organization reduce ADEs, meet evolving regulatory requirements and achieve significant gains in productivity, service levels, inventory management and operational efficiency.

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