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Z5 Inventory is on a mission to help healthcare providers avoid unnecessary expense due to product expiration.  The company offers a range of software and services powered by the Z5 Inventory Platform to conduct medical supply inventories and identify slow and excess product to reallocate it before it expires.

Five To Save | It's Hard To Push Things Forward When You're Afraid

4/15/2019

 

Level up. Up your game. Step Up 2: The Streets. However you want to say it, healthcare and its supply chain could use some improvements. 

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Topics: Austin, TX, selling medical inventory, supply chain management, medical supply, five to save, digital supply management, buying medical inventory, crime, apple

Crime In Healthcare - Modern Slavery in the Supply Chain

2/25/2019

Slavery is a real problem for the supply chain. And it's up to the supply chain to solve it. 

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Topics: selling medical inventory, supply chain management, medical supply, digital supply management, healthcare inventory, buying medical inventory, slavery, crime, crime in healthcare, year of the pig

Crime In Healthcare - Hackers Want You To Stay Ignorant

2/11/2019

Cybersecurity, hacking, breaches – whatever you want to call it, we’ve talked about it before. We’ll talk about it again. Why? Because it keeps being a problem.

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Topics: selling medical inventory, selling medical supplies, supply chain management, digital supply management, cybersecurity, buying medical inventory, transparency, crime, crime in healthcare, data breaches, healthcare data

Crime In Healthcare - The Bad Apples

1/28/2019

Despite the trust that the patient puts in their healthcare providers – that clinicians and other employees will only ever act with their best interests at heart – healthcare is just like any industry. Crime is perpetrated every day.

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Topics: selling medical inventory, selling medical supplies, supply chain management, digital supply management, healthcare inventory, buying medical inventory, crime, fraud, crime in healthcare