Measuring the Success of P2P Compliance in a Complex IDN

July 29, 2021

Now more than ever, health systems’ C-suites are looking at supply chain to address multiple competing priorities:

  1. Increasing service levels while containing costs
  2. Building resiliency and adaptability while increasing compliance and control
  3. Focusing on growth while also ensuring sustainability and diversity across their supply chain footprint

As pressure mounts from financial challenges and the rapid transformation of care delivery, supply chain leaders are focused on building more adaptable, nimble, and responsive supply channels that improve customer experience and reduce cost of care. Central to their modernization efforts are technologies that enable automation and promote compliance through the Procure to Pay lifecycle.

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