Executive Insight: Changing Times Calls for Evolved Supply Chain Leadership

August 9, 2017

This article originally appeared on ModernHealthcare.com on July 31.

In today's environment, supply chain leaders are being pushed to assume more responsibility for the goals of value-based care by shifting purchasing toward the highest-quality, highest-value products. But to succeed in this environment, providers have to be willing to abandon business as usual and look to new innovations, solutions and resources to discover buried inefficiencies, improve workflow and maximize savings.

Read this Q&A featuring David Hargraves, senior vice president of supply chain services at Premier,in which he explains how supply chain leaders should respond to today's shifts in the healthcare environment. 

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