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Hospital Execs Say Supply Chain Protocols Don't Make the Grade
Fierce Pharma
March 2014
Many hospitals have difficulty embracing supply chain technologies and best practices that would increase efficiency and profitability, according to a new survey from GHX.

 

   

 

Supply Chain Deficiencies Keeping Hospital Operating Rooms in the 'Stone Age'
Medical Design Technology
March 2014
Despite the fact the healthcare industry is fueled by scientific advancement, too many hospitals find themselves stalled at a crossroads, struggling to embrace business-focused technologies and best practices that will allow them to flourish in the decades to come.

 

   

 

GHX Research Respondents Recognize Supply Chain Deficiencies Keeping Hospital Operating Rooms In The “Stone Age”
Healthcare Matters
March 2014
GHX survey of hospital senior executives indicates that OR supply chain deficiencies have slowed organizational decision-making, increased costs and inefficiency — and ultimately impact the delivery of patient care.

 

   

 

Survey Reveals Hospital Supply Chain Still Stuck in the “Stone Age”
HIT Consultant
March 2014
Senior hospital executives cite hospital supply chain specifically in the operating room as a major obstacle to lowering overall healthcare costs.

 

   

 

GHX Research Respondents Recognize Supply Chain Deficiencies Keeping Hospital Operating Rooms in the “Stone Age”
Healthcare Purchasing News
March 2014
Despite the fact the healthcare industry is fueled by scientific advancement, too many hospitals find themselves stalled at a crossroads, struggling to embrace business-focused technologies and best practices that will allow them to flourish in the decades to come.

 

   

 

Hospitals Focus on the Supply Chain
Wall Street Journal
February 2014
U.S. hospitals spend tens of billions of dollars annually on high-tech surgical implants. But the supply chain for the devices is anything but high-tech. And that drives up costs both for hospitals and implant makers.

 

   

 

Health Care Tech Business GHX Sold to Private Equity Firm
Denver Business Journal
February 2014
GHX, the Louisville-based hospital supply chain technology company, is being bought by Thoma Bravo, a San Francisco-based private equity firm. "I just think we're going to be able to move faster, and our customers need that in this current environment," CEO Bruce Johnson said.

 

   

 

UDI Compliance Deadline Around the Corner
DOTmed News
February 2014
Great Q&A with Karen Conway in on the progress and challenges manufacturers face around UDI compliance. First up is the September 24 deadline for Class III devices.

 

   

 

Complying with Product Data Sharing Requirements Under UDI
Medical Design Technology
February 2014
This article examines the FDA’s product data sharing requirements under the UDI rule, the challenges most medical device manufacturers face in complying with this legislation, and factors medical device manufacturers should take into consideration when developing a product master data strategy.

 

   

 

GHX Acquisition Signals Expansion
DOTmed News
February 2014
Thoma Bravo LLC announced on Wednesday that it has acquired the supply chain consulting firm GHX. Seth Boro, a managing partner at Thoma Bravo, said that they see GHX uniquely positioned in the industry with med-surg solutions as well as new implantable device supply chain solutions, both with the intention to reduce health care costs.

 

   

 

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