Scott Adams, Publisher of JHC and Repertoire, recently spoke to Thomas Mullins, Purchasing Manager for St. Elizabeth Physicians, a multispecialty physician organization in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. They discussed how health systems are more frequently expanding across the non-acute care side during the past few years, and how to maintain the relationships with their suppliers while doing that.
Non-acute supply chain integration allows health systems to deliver uninterrupted, high-quality care by leveraging their capabilities while also controlling spend. These health systems can increase downstream market capture and focus on their specialty services while remaining connected to their patients through non-acute care.
This podcast is sponsored by McKesson, which offers St. Elizabeth Physicians the support and data integrity needed on the back end to help achieve their non-acute supply chain integration.