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Healthcare Industry Webinar: How to master short-term demand changes and benchmarking

Healthcare Industry Webinar: How to master short-term demand changes and benchmarking

31 October 2018

free webinar

 

Time: 13:00 GMT/14.00 CET

Healthcare Industry Webinar: How to master short-term demand changes and benchmarking 

Beset with stringent ever-changing regulations and facing pressure to keep costs low, the healthcare industry is facing an increasing number of challenges. Supply chains must be flexible and agile to remain competitive, particularly when contending with the realities of fluctuating or unexpected demand. 

Hosted by Oliver Wight Associates, Andrew Walker and Jerry Shanahan, this webinar will discuss the impact of short-term demand changes on healthcare organisations, and how best practice demand change management can maximise customer service, whilst minimising costs.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn the key benchmark statistics for the healthcare industry, whilst gaining an insight into their own business’ position by evaluating their own performance through benchmark comparison, participation in online polls and an interactive Q&A session with the hosts.

 

To register please click here or for further information contact [email protected]


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