Nursing unit success stories 

Concord Case Study   MM activities: 53% reduction
     
  Shrinkage: 63% reduction
     
  Clinical time spent on
supply requisitions:
37% reduction
     
  Inventory: 13% reduction
 

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Our consulting team conducted an analysis and built a business case for a 2-site 800-bed university hospital interested in implementing a supply chain automation solution to optimize central distribution and inpatient unit point of use locations. The estimated annual cost of the supply chain processes for inpatient units, including distribution activities, totaled $5.7M.

The analysis found that once implemented, the 2BIN-iD solution, supported by a distribution automation solution, would optimize the replenishment process from the receiving dock to the point of use, while staff involvement would be minimized.

By applying all productivity gains from non-clinical personnel, 100% of the gains from the reduction in the shrinkage factor, and just 10% of nursing productivity gains, the payback period was established at less than 3 years:

   
Logistics processes: 
57% reduction
Shrinkage:
50% reduction
 
 

Nursing supply-related activities: 72% reduction

Inventory:
21% reduction
 
   
   

GLOBAL HOSPITAL GAINS OVER 5 YEARS: $20.3M