Fred Crans’ Article Featured in July Edition of Healthcare Purchasing News

July 5, 2018 Topics: Healthcare

Fred Crans, a client executive at Sedlak, wrote an article featured in the July edition of Healthcare Purchasing News. Titled “Embracing the principle of heroic intervention,” the article is the first installment in a three-part series on supply chain disruption in the healthcare industry.

“Nearly every healthcare organization has an in-depth 'Disaster Recovery Plan' aimed at stemming the impact of local and regional disasters,” writes Crans. “But what happened in 2017 was totally different.”

To find out why, read the full article here.

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