Supply chain tip of the day: Establish a specialty pharmacy strategy to improve operations
Hospital pharmacies are uniquely positioned to help health systems achieve greater operational efficiency and improve patient care.
One way hospital pharmacies can drive new revenue streams, improve patient care and expel expenses is through establishing a specialty pharmacy strategy, according to Matthew Wolf, group vice president of pharmacy healthcare solutions at AmerisourceBergen.
To read the full article, as originally published in Becker's Hospital Review, click here.
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