Z5 Inventory Blog

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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. 

Hospital Security Has Worsened During Coronavirus Crisis | Five To Save

10/13/2020

As if you needed another thing to worry about...

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Topics: reallocation, five to save, excess inventory, cybersecurity, data breaches, healthcare data, emergency preparedness, healthcare supply chain, medical supply chain tracking software, service system for hospital inventory, inventory management system, management of hospital inventory

Five To Save | How The Supply Chain Is Putting Patients At Risk

8/19/2019

Faster and cheaper stops being better when patient outcomes get worse.

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Topics: selling medical inventory, supply chain management, medical supply, five to save, digital supply management, cybersecurity, it security, healthcare inventory, buying medical inventory, data breaches, patient data

Crime In Healthcare - What Now

4/8/2019

You were probably hoping another post on crime wasn’t coming. Or maybe you’re happy to ignore it and all the others in the series. Because you don’t deal with criminals. This isn’t your problem. Except…

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

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