Managed Healthcare Executive April 12, 2021
MHE Staff

Recent report from Syft highlights hospital supply chain challenges at the point-of-use and key areas that need improvement.

Nurses face significant supply chain management problems that impact efficiency, patient safety, and hospital margins, according to a recent survey from Syft, a leading national provider of healthcare inventory control and end-to-end supply chain cost management software and services.

The survey is conducted of 100 hospital frontline nurses and nurse leaders that sought to understand their perspectives of hospital supply chains, according to the release from Syft.

Conducted in February 2021, key findings include:

  • Nurses encounter significant supply chain documentation problems, and 80% want more supply chain automation tools.
  • Eighty-five percent of nurses said they encounter challenges documenting supplies.
  • Ninety-five percent...

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