Blog: Recognition is Nice, but Accuracy is Most Important with Biosimilars

03/27/18
It was a pleasant surprise to see not one, but two recent commentaries on the subject of biosimilars in prestigious publications such as the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) and the Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO). More

Protecting People and the Planet with Environmentally Preferred Purchasing

03/27/18
“First, do no harm,” the Hippocratic Oath says. In today’s environmentally complex world, that becomes more of a challenge because people and the planet may unintentionally be harmed by the very products and processes meant to heal. More

Diagnosis Supply Chain: 4 Tips to Improve Efficiency

03/27/18
Lowering costs in the health care supply chain begins at the negotiating table. Multiple vendors are considered and clinicians are often deeply involved in product selection. The volume commitment is factored in, and the price is set. More

Insider Perspectives on Clinical-Supply Integration

03/27/18
Three decades ago, health care was largely a service industry, structured around individual physician practices: doctors treated patients, hospitals provided supporting resources, and insurers or the government (through Medicare and Medicaid) paid costs plus a small margin. More