Part III of Fred Crans’ Supply Chain Disruption Series Published in Healthcare Purchasing News

September 28, 2018 Topics: Healthcare

Fred Crans’ series on supply chain disruption in the healthcare industry is complete now that the third and final article was published in the September edition of Healthcare Purchasing News. The article is titled “When it’s time to make – or break – a new plan.” If you haven’t read the first two installments of the series, you can find them here:

Embracing the principle of heroic intervention

Fighting back during the year of the perfect storm(s)

In Part III, Crans explains the lesson that healthcare supply chain leaders can take from a famous hit by Paul Simon. Read the full article here to find out what that lesson is.

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