HealthLeaders Media April 8, 2021
Carol Davis

Nearly 90% of surveyed nurses say their supply chain management system causes them stress.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

– The Syft report highlights hospital supply chain challenges at the point-of-use and key areas that require improvement.

– Eighty percent of nurses surveyed said they want more supply chain automation tools.

– Nearly 20% of surveyed nurses said they have considered leaving their current role due to supply chain problems.

Nurses face significant supply chain management problems that impact patient safety, efficiency, and hospital margins, says a market report released today that includes results from a nursing survey.

The report, Nurses: The Secret Factor for Better Supply Chains, an annual market report issued by healthcare inventory provider Syft, highlights hospital supply chain challenges...

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