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Find out how to solve healthcare's $5 Billion inventory waste problem today. Then get back to the ridiculous gifs we found this week. 

Announcing a Webinar from Becker's, Steward, and Z5


The logos for Becker's Hospital Review, Z5 Inventory, and Steward Health Care. 

Sign up to find out how Steward Health Care saved $16 Million in six months.

--UPDATE: The date has now changed to Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 11 AM. We hope you can still join us!--


We've tried telling you that product expiration is a $5 Billion problem for American healthcare providers. We even showed you that there's a better way by giving you the example of Steward Health Care saving more than $16 Million by reallocating their excess before it expired. 

But you kept piling up excess medical and surgical supplies, letting it expire, and throwing it away, didn't you? 

So we're doing it live! We teamed up with Becker's Hospital Review to hold a webinar that details exactly how Steward Health Care used Z5 Inventory's AI-driven analytics and logistics services to move, sell, and donate their excess before it expired. 

Steward's SVP of Supply Chain, Michael Prokopis, joins our CEO, Carl Natenstedt, on Wednesday, February 17th starting at 11 AM

You can sign up for the webinar on the Becker's webinar page


We'll see you there!

(Because if you're still letting your excess inventory expire after this, wouldn't that be just so embarrassing?) 


Topics: inventory management software, savings, excess inventory, beckers, steward health care, expiration, healthcare supply chain, medical supply chain tracking software, management of hospital inventory, sign up, webinar

Alex Diamond

Written by Alex Diamond

Raised in the armpit of East Texas before escaping to the civilization of Austin, Alex is an author and former radio/podcast personality. If you ever run into him, ask him about the day he split his pants in front of the Lone Ranger.