Z5 Inventory Blog

About Z5

The Z5 Inventory blog is brought to you by the geniuses behind Count, Reallocate, Buy, which saves hospitals money at every step of your inventory's lifecycle.
Find out how to solve healthcare's $5 Billion inventory waste problem today. Then get back to the ridiculous gifs we found this week. 

Beating Adversity And The Odds: Z5's 2020 Successes

12/15/2020

In a year where every little success can feel like a massive accomplishment, Z5 Inventory actually accomplished some massive things.

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Topics: charity, healthcare inventory, donating medical supplies, 2020, 50 For 50, donations, coronavirus, covid-19, take 5, medical supply chain tracking software, service system for hospital inventory, inventory management system, management of hospital inventory, nonprofit

Charity Helping Children the Latest Recipient of 50 For 50 Donation

11/17/2020

We just can't stop helping charities that help children. Here's how you can do the same...

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Topics: charity, 50 For 50, donations, coronavirus, covid-19, healthcare supply chain, medical supply chain tracking software, service system for hospital inventory, inventory management system, management of hospital inventory

Why Miracle Foundation Is The First 50 For 50 Recipient

2/24/2020

Yes, we cut our first $5000 check to charity. And we couldn't be happier about who got it.

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Topics: selling medical inventory, reallocation, supply chain management, videos, charity, digital supply management, healthcare inventory, donating medical supplies, buying medical supplies, hospital supply chain, 50 For 50, donations

We're Celebrating Hospital Savings By Donating To Charity

2/17/2020

To celebrate our fifth anniversary, we're challenging hospitals to save $50 Million. And if they do, we'll donate $50,000 to charity.

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Topics: selling medical inventory, Z5 Reallocate, supply chain management, medical supply, savings, charity, digital supply management, excess inventory, healthcare inventory, buying medical inventory, donating medical supplies, 50 For 50