The ever-growing data deluge in the healthcare sector and a better supply chain network for manufacturers led to the growing acceptance of supply chain management systems, both hardware and software, in emerging economies. In Market Research Future’s comprehensive research report, the healthcare supply chain management market is estimated to be worth $6.42 billion by 2030, and to grow at a CAGR of 15.4 percent from 2022 to 2030. Some notable factors driving the rapid growth of the supply chain management market in healthcare are globalization, fragmentation in the industry, expanding businesses, and faster product life cycles.
Amid this growth, the healthcare industry’s supply chain management market witnesses an increasing emergence of mobile-based and cloud-based healthcare solutions with the advent of big data and social media. Observing this shift, healthcare providers are employing increasingly advanced technologies such as the internet of things and machine learning. The goal here is to enhance the visibility, analytics, collaboration, and forecasting capabilities of supply chain software, which will elevate the healthcare supply management market to the next level in a cost and time-effective manner.
This edition of Healthcare Business Review brings the spotlight on the key developments in the healthcare supply chain management space and how healthcare organizations are leveraging the latest tech solutions and market expertise to answer to the increasing customer demand and industry changes. The edition features thought leadership articles from Cliff Numark, Senior Vice President and Chief of Marketing at Vitalant, and David Hamlet, Supply Chain Area Director at Sutter Health. They speak about ensuring sufficient blood supply in blood drives hosted by healthcare organizations and the importance of accurate supply and implant charting in overall patient records in hospitals.
The highlight of this edition is BIG Inventory, a national provider of hospital inventory services, which helps hospitals resolve their inventory-related challenges with its proprietary inventory management software and on-site inventory services.
In this edition featuring top healthcare supply chain management solutions providers, we hope you find the appropriate company suited to your healthcare supply chain management needs.
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