Reduce Costs and Improve Outcomes with Analytics

In pursuit of the triple aim of value-based transformation—reducing costs, improving health outcomes, and enhancing the patient experience—healthcare organizations are making dramatic changes to their business models and developing enabling digital capabilities. An example of this evolution is the development of the clinically integrated supply chain. Digital maturity involves integration of the supply chain function with clinical processes and decision making, and it requires a data infrastructure of integrated applications and analytics. Join this session to learn about the Clinically Integrated Supply Chain Model, including some key requirements for initiatives to build capabilities and examples of the involved analytics. 

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In pursuit of the triple aim of value-based transformation—reducing costs, improving health outcomes, and enhancing the patient experience—healthcare organizations are making dramatic changes to their business models and developing enabling digital capabilities. An example of this evolution is the development of the clinically integrated supply chain. Digital maturity involves integration of the supply chain function with clinical processes and decision making, and it requires a data infrastructure of integrated applications and analytics. Join this session to learn about the Clinically Integrated Supply Chain Model, including some key requirements for initiatives to build capabilities and examples of the involved analytics.