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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. 

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What Hospital Finances Will Look Like In 2023


What's better than today's news? Tomorrow's news, of course, so that we can prepare for it today.

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Topics: supply chain management, five to save, healthcare inventory, predictions, operating margins, hospital supply chain, coronavirus, covid-19, inventory optimization, sustainability, demand modeling, climate change, predictive analytics, 2022, medical supply transparency, supply chain visibility, supply chain modeling, hospital finances

Outstanding Healthcare Inventory Awards 2022 - Announcing the Winners


Congratulations to all the healthcare supply chain organizations and professionals whose innovation and excellence earned them a spot among the nation's best and most efficient.

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Topics: Baylor Scott & White, physical inventory count, reallocation, supply chain management, excess inventory, healthcare inventory, steward health care, awards, cycle count, inventory optimization, supply chain innovation, customer service, medical supply transparency, Z5 Inventory partners, outstanding healthcare inventory awards, ohia

Resources Taken Away From Healthcare Supply Chain Workers | Five To Save


Supply shortages are frustrating. Budget cutbacks are frustrating. Long hours are frustrating. But all of those things are expected.

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Topics: newsletter, five to save, healthcare inventory, shortages, government, coronavirus, ppe, covid-19, mental health, hospital logistics, medical supply chain tracking software, gloves, supply chain innovation, never events, public healthcare policy, medical supply transparency, medical supply shortages, hospital regulations