Monthly Roundup: Top Three Reads from October

Explore recommended reads for health system teams from the past month.

By: McKesson Health Systems Editorial Team

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Top Prescribed Perspectives Reads for October

Our most read posts in October centered on automation in the supply chain, the ins and outs of white, brown and clear bagging and the role of data and analytics. Here are recommended reads on Prescribed Perspectives based on what health system teams consumed the most over the past month.

Robotics Automation: Not “One Size Fits All”

Robots Automation Not One Size ImgTodd Kleinow, vice president of Strategic Distribution and Operations at McKesson, currently leads his team on strategic distribution network initiatives to ensure long term performance. Read what he shared about the power of automation in the supply chain, its role during a global pandemic and what to expect in the future.

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Ask an Expert: Valerie Russo Explains White, Brown and Clear Bagging

Valerie Russo White Brown Clear ImgValerie Russo, managing consultant, advisory services, gives an overview of white, brown and clear bagging in relation to health systems and patients. In a Q&A with our editorial team, Valerie shares insight on how each practice works and their overall impact on the healthcare system. Read how these practices differ from the traditional “buy and bill” and what health systems can do to support patients across the continuum of care.

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Podcast: Katya Hall on the Role of Data in Predicting Future Disruptions

Podcast Katya Hall The Role of Data ImgIn a conversation with Supply Chain Digital, Katya Hall, director of Enterprise Analytics, explains how McKesson has harnessed the power or data and analytics to solve a variety of business challenges and face disruptions with confidence and clarity.


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