How AI Helps Healthcare Improve Post-Facility Care

Healthcare for any given person isn’t something that ends as soon as they leave the hospital. Bar certain conditions and emergencies, illnesses are things that a patient will need to manage and care not to exacerbate even after they receive proper treatment from a professional. Whether this need…


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What is the “Yatai” Flexible Manufacturing System?

Manufacturing has used several buzzwords to describe the same value of “flexibility.” “Resiliency” that gives supply chains the ability to bounce back after a breakdown, “visibility” that allows them to catch breakdowns before they occur, “Smart” manufacturing that uses technology such as…


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Eliminating Friction for an Easier Vaccination Program

With COVID-19 vaccines finally released, healthcare is now slowly shifting to the mindset of how best to administer doses to frontline workers and those at highest risk. Normally, this wouldn’t be AS big a shock to our health system as we’re seeing now, however, there are new variables to consider.…


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A Practical Approach to Supply Chain Risk Management

2020 has passed and, to be honest, the entire year was essentially one big supply chain disruption. Everything that could have gone wrong, and many things that we didn’t even know could go wrong, did. Fortunately all these trials and tribulations, for all the chaos they caused, instilled in many…


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Are Current Healthcare Tech Trends Helping Patients at the Cost of Providers?

Healthcare has been testing the limits of the old adage “necessity is the mother of invention.” Treatment methods and the means by which we deliver these treatments are in constant flux as, during the start of the pandemic, we rushed to embrace telehealth and, even now, we expect to see further…


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How Barcode Scanning and Other Tools Can Create an Effective Food Recall Solution

It’s no shocker that food recalls are an expensive, efficiency draining occurrence for food and beverage manufacturers. With needing to trace back bad food batches to its source, the damaged brand reputation caused by poor quality control, and the legal ramifications should consumers face allergic…


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Preventing Lab Errors With Medical Grade Computers

Bloodwork and labs are an integral, versatile staple of healthcare’s diagnostic toolbox. Genetic predispositions, nutritional breakdowns, organ functions, there’s no shortage of valuable information to be drawn from even a small sample of blood from a patient. Unfortunately, as essential as this…


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6 Manufacturing Trends Sure to Pick Up (More) Steam in 2021

It took some doing and a whole lot of adapting, but we’ve finally managed to make it to the other end of 2020. Though many manufacturers can’t say they aren’t worse for wear for the experience, they were able to draw quite a few insights as a result of having their status quo challenged and…


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The Vaccine Supply Chain: Why Healthcare Cybersecurity Has Never Been More Important

As vaccines finally start entering syringes and patients in the UK, the world awaits with baited breath the return of more normal times. Of course, we’re all aware that the vaccine supply chain, though hard working as it may be, won’t be capable of blasting out the millions of doses needed to…


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How to Build a Waste Heat Recovery System Tailored to Your Business

When one thinks of wasted resources, the mind tends to picture certain things: sheet metal, wood, food stuffs, etc. We tend to pigeon hole ourselves into very physical representations of “waste” and focus on mitigating lost profit through eliminating these sources of physical waste. And while this…


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