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Sustainability Efforts Run Through Information Technology

Wall Street Journal January 05, 2022

Chief information officers have emerged as key players in their companies’ sustainability programs, leading efforts to unload power-hungry computer-processing applications to the cloud and roll out tech aimed at energy optimization and waste reduction. Their influence within these programs may grow in 2022, as the relationship between digitization and carbon-based emissions becomes more evident. A […] Read More

Pharmacy Outlook: Chip Davis, HDA

Chain Drug Review January 03, 2022

From the White House to the kitchen table, supply chain disruptions have been on the minds of many Americans. But while the COVID-19 pandemic revealed the limits of operating within a global marketplace, the pharmaceutical supply chain was largely immune to bottlenecks. Consumer goods shortages have challenged us recently, yet pharmacies, health systems and physicians’ […] Read More

‘We couldn’t operate without them’: AmerisourceBergen invests in hiring immigrants

The Columbus Dispatch December 30, 2021

On the Far South Side of Columbus sits a distribution center that has invested tens of thousands of dollars in hiring and retaining new American employees, a model one local leader hopes will catch on with other companies as well. AmerisourceBergen, a pharmaceutical distribution company with two buildings in Lockbourne, partnered with Jewish Family Services (JFS) locally to recruit, […] Read More

Cardinal Health to Test Drone Delivery to Pharmacies

Wall Street Journal November 16, 2021

Cardinal Health Inc . plans to test the use of drones to speed delivery of pills, inhalers and other items to U.S. pharmacies, a move the healthcare-supplies distributor said could also cut transport costs for time-critical shipments. The pilot program with drone operator Zipline International Inc. would start next year outside Charlotte, N.C., pending approvals from […] Read More

Answering the Call for Our Customers

September 30, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. last year, its disruptive effect on the global supply chain was swift. Arguably few were impacted more than healthcare workers, who not only found themselves on the frontlines of a dangerous health crisis, but who also were suddenly without enough medical supplies to protect themselves as they fought […] Read More

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