How Hospitals and Health Systems Can Use Artificial Intelligence to Build the Health Care Workforce of the Future
Intalere’s Richard Mackey and Sean O’Brien are featured in the AHA Center for Health Innovation: Market Insights report on how hospitals a...
Inverting Supply Chain Mindsets with Future-ready Thinking
Healthcare Purchasing News selected 16 of the trendy and true topics that have been tapping into the mindsets and operations of supply chain and ...
Esteemed Group of Healthcare Supply Chain Leaders Elected to 2020 AHRMM Board
The 2019 AHRMM Board elected Steve Kiewiet, CMRP, FAHRMM, Intalere's Chief Commercial Officer, as chair-elect of the 2020 board. He will serve as ...
Ten People to Watch in Healthcare Contracting: Todd Larkin, Intalere
Intalere COO Todd Larkin was named one of the Ten People to Watch in Healthcare Contracting. Learn more about Todd and his career.
What Will Ken Freeman Think up Next?
Forty-seven years into his career, he is still listening, learning and creating. Learn more about Ken Freeman.
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Lompoc Health Wins Intalere Healthcare Achievement Award
Lompoc Health – North H Center has been named winner of the Intalere Healthcare Achievement Award in the category of Community Impact and Innova...
Col. Co. Health System Receives Award for Materials Management Redesign
Columbia County Health System earned a 2019 Intalere Healthcare Achievement Award in the Supply Chain/Data Management or Supply Cost Efficie...
ASC Supply Strategies Don't Have to be High-tech — 3 Insights
Outpatient practices can improve supply logistics by implementing a Kanban system, Intalere Senior Director of Enterprise Solutions Byron Zelin says.&...
Outpatient Supply Logistics Stresses Healthcare Without Walls
Outpatient supply logistics success doesn’t always have to hinge on high-tech. Read more from Intalere Senior Director Byron Zelin.
Honing in Home Health Supply Logistics
In some cases, you have home health and hospice organizations paying quite a bit more for the same product and getting reimbursed substantially less. ...