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The collaboration aims to help health systems manage resource allocation and offer situational awareness for facilities as they open up and reschedule delayed surgeries and other procedures.
THE LARGER TREND
The pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of planning and efficient resource allocation, from personal protective equipment, to staffing, to other essential hospital resources.
In April, Premier teamed up with supply chain-mapping and disruption-monitoring services specialist Resilinc to launch an exchange to locate and trade critical supplies.
A recent opinion piece on Healthcare IT News explored how blockchain and distributed ledger technology could offer an effective way to manage supply chain and other critical supplies.
Other recent initiatives, such as a collaboration between Jvion and Augusta University Health, have focused on analytics to help health systems plan efficient and safe opening strategies.
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