March 25, 2022

Impact of supply chain crisis on surgical services

By: Carisa Brewster
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What happens when global supply chains—which are already typically operated lean across the board—are hit with a once-in-a-century pandemic? An ongoing, collective lesson in economics. The problem is not hard to understand: COVID-19 shutdowns brought manufacturing to a near standstill, during which time the demand for goods increased, and now there is a shortage of workers at shipping yards and warehouses.

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