“Don’t sweat the small stuff” or so the saying goes. Well, I’m here to tell you that sometimes you should. In these tumultuous times in healthcare, hospitals are tasked with spending less, while providing more.
My recent experience looking for a new car has me thinking about the supply chain tools we use today. I really like my SUV, but I want to see what’s out there while I can still get a good trade-in price. I have 2 requirements for my car: leather seats and Bluetooth capability – pretty basic.
The other day, my husband came home with the wrong paper towels. A lot of people may not care about this –not as important as something like toilet paper – but I find paper towels so wasteful that I want to spend the least amount of money on them as possible.