Coronavirus’s Potential To Change Healthcare Supply Chains ForeverCoronavirus has already taken a mighty toll on stock markets around the world.
Coronavirus’s Potential To Change Healthcare Supply Chains Forever
Coronavirus has already taken a mighty toll on stock markets around the world.
But there’s another market that is under attack from this respiratory disease: the healthcare supply chain. We’re all familiar with the run on face masks and hand sanitizers, but the outbreak is also affecting procurement systems of healthcare organizations across the country.
TractManager’s Mark Kestner, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, and Dee Donatelli, Vice President of Professional Services, recently talked with the online B2B financial website PYMNTS.COM about how healthcare supply chains are reacting, especially given the nation’s dependence on foreign manufacturers of so many medical and surgical supplies.
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