Now is the critical time to perform supply chain execution evaluations for peak season planning. Listed below are some recommendations to consider regarding a few key factors influencing 2019 end-of-year performance. Taking action now will allow your company to introduce lessons-learned improvements that are beneficial to 2020 operational performance.
Sedlak Supply Chain Consultants conducted a Routing Optimization Analysis for MetroHealth in Cleveland, OH to optimize the efficiency of its Integrated Delivery Network (IDN).
The associates at Sedlak Supply Chain Consultants made the holidays a little brighter for the underprivileged children at Beech Brook, a local behavioral health agency, by donating a variety of toys and gifts.
Patrick Sedlak recently received an award in recognition of his volunteer role on MHI’s Roundtable Advisory Committee. MHI is the largest material handling, logistics, and supply chain association in the U.S., and it is known for hosting the trade shows Promat and Modex.
What does Paul Simon have to do with the healthcare supply chain? Find out by reading Part III of Fred Crans’ series on supply chain disruption, published in the September 2018 edition of Healthcare Purchasing News.
After President Trump’s recent announcement of a preliminary trade agreement between the United States and Mexico, North American manufacturing companies and third-party logistics companies (3PLs) are aggressively looking for long-term ways to reduce costs.
Part II of a three-part series written by Client Executive Fred Crans was featured in the August edition of Healthcare Purchasing News. Crans takes a detailed look at some examples of supply chain disruption in the healthcare industry in 2017.
Healthcare Purchasing News recently published an article by Fred Crans, Client Executive, about supply chain disruption that the healthcare industry experienced in 2017.
Take a look at this interview with Sedlak in Retail Merchandiser Magazine’s “Supplier Spotlight.”
As Hurricane Maria taught us in Puerto Rico, it’s not enough for healthcare organizations to know who provides their devices, medicines and supplies. Healthcare supply chain security requires knowing where in the world those supplies originate.