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. 

Z5 Donates To The Texas Supply Chain Strike Force

3/31/2020

We're doing everything we can to help stem the COVID-19 pandemic. And one of the things we could do was donate medical supplies to the Texas Supply Chain Strike Force.

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Topics: selling medical inventory, healthcare inventory, medical logistics, buying medical supplies, hospital supply chain, donations, emergency preparedness, coronavirus, ppe, covid-19, texas supply chain strike force

Medical Supply Donations - How To Give & Receive

3/23/2020

The need for respirator masks and personal protective equipment is dire. But not all supply shortages or excesses are that obvious.

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Topics: selling medical supplies, inventory management software, digital supply management, healthcare inventory, crisis prevention, buying medical supplies, hospital supply chain, emergency preparedness, coronavirus, ppe, covid-19

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

Five To Save | Can You Throw Away Five Days A Year?

2/11/2020

You probably couldn't afford to get one day behind, let alone five. Because you've got enough going on at work to distract you.

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Topics: selling medical supplies, supply chain management, medical supply, five to save, digital supply management, healthcare inventory, buying medical inventory, hospital supply chain