Re-thinking healthcare supply chain in a post-pandemic world

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One year after the U.S. health care industry began responding in full to the COVID-19 pandemic, the industry’s supply chain remains in an early recovery stage. While large health care systems have largely stabilized their procurement and sourcing across most clinical supply categories, smaller health care systems and systems in COVID-19 hot spots are still reeling as they continue to deal with patient surges and a troubled vaccine rollout.

One year after the U.S. health care industry began responding in full to the COVID-19 pandemic, the industry’s supply chain remains in an early recovery stage. While large health care systems have largely stabilized their procurement and sourcing across most clinical supply categories, smaller health care systems and systems in COVID-19 hot spots are still reeling as they continue to deal with patient surges and a troubled vaccine rollout.

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