June 1, 2007

Getting more value from value analysis

By: OR Manager

What's the real value of your value analysis program? Most organizations say they are using value analysis teams to make purchasing decisions, particularly for products that involve physician preference and carry a high price tag. The financial impact is obvious, but value analysis also has intangible benefits because it can be used to build trust and cohesion among the staff and physicians.

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