June 16, 2015

Cost data comparisons help sway surgeons to standardize supplies

By: OR Manager

As payment models move from fee-for-service to value-based care, hospitals and healthcare systems are trying to reduce spending by 20% to 30% to maintain their budgets. Supply costs are usually the second largest expense after labor, and industry analysts predict they will take the top slot by 2020.

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