An Infographic on The Emergence of the Regional Operations Center in Support of Modern Care Delivery| November 21, 2019
Hospitals and other medical facilities use an incredibly large volume of medical supplies. These supplies can for account for as much as 15% of a Healthcare organization’s overall expenses and the supplies are traditionally are stored on-site at the hospital itself and required a large amount of physical real estate within the facility.
Creating a central facility to warehouse medical supplies, and handle the distribution of the supplies, to all of a network’s facilities not only frees up high value real estate (at existing inpatient facilities) but also allows for larger quantities of supplies to be stored, increases network buying power, and ultimately reducing overall costs. Check out the infographic below, and stay tuned for the full guide!
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