Healthcare Purchasing News features Part II in series by Fred Crans

August 23, 2018 Topics: Healthcare

If you read—or still need to read—Fred Crans’ article “Embracing the principle of heroic intervention,”  make sure you also check out his follow-up titled “Fighting back during the year of the Perfect Storm(s).” This article is the second installment in a three-part series written by Crans for Healthcare Purchasing News, and it was featured in the magazine’s August edition.

Part II covers several natural disasters and other supply chain disruptions that occurred in 2017. “Amid this seemingly endless parade of calamity, healthcare supply chain leaders struggled to keep business functioning as close to normal as possible,” says Crans.

Read the full article here to learn how different supply chain leaders in the industry were affected.

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