Supply Chain Consulting Services
Strategic consultative solutions to improve inventory management and reduce costs.
Meaningful, Lasting Inventory Management Improvements
Hospital clinicians and staff members are often consumed with the day-to-day tasks of making sure the entire hospital runs smoothly, lacking the time to uncover the source of inventory and supply chain issues. These time constraints can ultimately result in high operating costs and inefficiencies.
Our dedicated resources ensure your staff can devote their time where it counts.
Owens & Minor experts work alongside you to drive sustainable change across the entire supply chain. Our specialists use industry-leading practices to assess, analyze and recommend ongoing optimization opportunities.
We’ll serve as dedicated members of your team focused on minimizing risk and maximizing efficiency. We even offer specialized emergency preparedness services to evaluate your supply chain risk and readiness.
Fast, accurate inventory counts you can trust
Owens & Minor Physical Inventory is an accurate, cost-effective way to reset inventory levels, providing an “inventory assurance” knowing the counts are correct. Whether it’s a single department or an entire hospital, our trained staff will go in and quickly count product wherever it may be, working closely with you to minimize disruptions to your operations. At the end of the engagement, we’ll give you an accurate count, detailed information on your existing inventory and identify ways to improve how you manage, store and order it.
Driving Ongoing Value
Dedicated experts are laser-focused on identifying and executing opportunities for improvement across your organization. From initial discovery through implementation, we work hand-in-hand with our hospital partners to create efficiencies in business and inventory activities.
Expert Consultation Tailored to You
Whether there is a need to refine internal logistics or address PAR inventory management and clinical inventory management (operating room and clinical procedural areas)—we can help. For each engagement, we work with a hospital’s leadership to develop a comprehensive Management Action Plan (MAP) to align with the hospital’s annual strategic goals. The MAP identifies areas for process improvement within the supply chain and guides customers toward improved productivity.