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August 18, 2022

Thursday

  • AMA wants to increase screenings for HIV, STIs, and viral hepatitis
  • Mayo Clinic announces a strategic collaboration for a new era of biomanufacturing
  • 10 People to Watch in Healthcare Contracting - Conrad Emmerich
  • FDA clears ImmunoCAP blood tests for wheat and sesame allergy
  • Connecting dots along the care continuum
  • AHA found CMS home health payment update woefully inadequate
  • Making sense of the latest economic trends
  • Podcast: How non-acute supply chain integration helps capture more markets and deliver uninterrupted care
  • Low spend, big problems
  • Connect with your Customers!
  • Thursday
    AMA wants to increase screenings for HIV, STIs, and viral hepatitis
     Amid the pandemic, clinical visits for HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and other evidence-based preventive services in the U.S. declined. The American Medical Association (AMA) announced a new initiative aimed at addressing this issue by helping physicians and other health care professionals increase routine screenings for HIV, STIs, …

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    Mayo Clinic announces a strategic collaboration for a new era of biomanufacturing
     Mayo Clinic recently announced a strategic collaboration in biomanufacturing to deliver novel biotherapeutics for rare and complex conditions. The collaboration brings together science, engineering and manufacturing to advance Mayo Clinic's vision of bringing new cures to clinical care. The focus will be on therapies derived from human sources known as …

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    10 People to Watch in Healthcare Contracting - Conrad Emmerich
     Conrad Emmerich is the Senior Vice President, Supply Chain, Lab, Imaging and chief Product Officer at Atrium Health. Read an excerpt from The Journal of Healthcare Contracting’s “10 People to Watch in Healthcare Contracting” at the link below.

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    FDA clears ImmunoCAP blood tests for wheat and sesame allergy

     Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the clearance of ImmunoCAP Specific IgE Allergen Components for wheat and sesame allergies by the FDA for in vitro diagnostic use. Soon to be available nationwide, these advanced blood tests can act as a diagnostic aid, helping specialists and other healthcare providers identify wheat and sesame allergies for patients at …

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    Connecting dots along the care continuum
     Are you getting the most out of your investment? You can achieve savings and increase efficiency with a purchasing program tailored to healthcare providers on the care continuum, as well as businesses and educational facilities. With Premier’s Continuum of Care program, you can manage spending, safely reduce costs, and meet the unique requirements of each care …

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    AHA found CMS home health payment update woefully inadequate
     The American Hospital Association (AHA) commented on the CMS proposed 3.3% market basket update for Medicare home health agencies in 2023, saying it’s “woefully inadequate.” The letter from AHA said the proposed marked update does not capture the unprecedented inflationary environment home health agencies (as is the delivery system as a whole) are …

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    Making sense of the latest economic trends
     You’ll have to forgive Economist Alan Beaulieu for not being rattled over the latest breaking news and headlines related to the economy. His company, ITR Economics, has provided business leaders with economic information, insight, analysis, and strategy since 1948. ITR Economics is the oldest privately held, continuously operating …

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    Podcast: How non-acute supply chain integration helps capture more markets and deliver uninterrupted care
     Scott Adams, Publisher of JHC and Repertoire, recently spoke to Thomas Mullins, Purchasing Manager for St. Elizabeth Physicians, a multispecialty physician organization in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. They discussed how health systems are more frequently expanding across the non-acute care side during the past few years, and how to maintain the relationships with their suppliers while doing that.

    Non-acute supply chain integration allows health systems to deliver uninterrupted, high-quality care by leveraging their capabilities while also controlling spend. These health systems can increase downstream market capture and focus on their specialty services while remaining connected to their patients through non-acute care.

    This podcast is sponsored by McKesson, which offers St. Elizabeth Physicians the support and data integrity needed on the back end to help achieve their non-acute supply chain integration.

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    Low spend, big problems
     For healthcare supply chain teams, there’s no getting around it – the bottom-line matters. Yet, if only the bottom-line is considered, and not the quality and performance of products, there is the risk of adding unforeseen costs from less-than-optimal patient outcomes. The following are three of the biggest mistakes supply chain teams can make in low spend categories. ...

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    Journal of Healthcare Contracting
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