Using its technology and expertise, DataSolutionsCorp can help its healthcare clients get a better handle on their inventory. By Eric Slack

Thanks to a keen focus on the healthcare industry, DataSolutionsCorp (DSC) is able to work with hospitals, medical centers and surgical centers in measuring and monitoring their consumable inventory. DSC is able to help hospitals and medical facilities with their inventory needs because it can help them to understand, identify and control supply chain costs by performing a clinical data capture of inventory. Additionally, its follow-up comparative analysis services help customers to identify risk factors, costs savings and learn how to better manage stock locations.


Proprietary software and vendor reviews help HealthSouth realize substantial savings in its supply chain. By Russ Gager

Rapid growth and innovative systems are keeping supply chain savings high at HealthSouth. The provider of post-acute rehabilitation healthcare services has expanded into home-based patient care through its acquisition in 2015 of Encompass Home Health and Hospice. Further expansion followed with the acquisition of Reliant Hospital Partners in October 2015, a chain of 11 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals.


Captek Softgel International’s recent improvements to its supply chain and operations allow it to remain a leader.

Captek Softgel International (CSI) has found a niche in the pharmaceutical world by focusing entirely on its namesake product.
    “What really sets us apart is the fact that we truly own the space of the softgel (pill) dosage form – that’s where we’ve made our mark,” the Cerritos, Calif.-based company says. “We have true expertise in softgel manufacturing, from formulation to actual production. There is an art form to softgel making that we have been able to perfect.”


J. Knipper and Company opens a new distribution center in Indiana to better serve its customers nationwide. By Janice Hoppe

J. Knipper and Company, celebrating its 30th anniversary in business, has become the leader in samples management services as its fully integrated and customized approach continues to exceed its clients’ goals and expectations. “We take great pride in the success we help our customers achieve,” President and COO Michael Laferrera says. “We take pride in each successful product launch, new brand campaign or corporate initiative we are a part of. These successes enable our customers to grow and market new products that ultimately improve people’s lives.”


Utilizing lean principles, World Vision is streamlining its supply chain to reduce the time from donation to destination. By Tim O’Connor

As one of the largest humanitarian organizations, World Vision works in impoverished and disaster-stricken areas with limited and challenging transportation infrastructure. The lack of usable roads and scarcity of logistics solutions can hamper the organization’s ability to get supplies to the communities where they are needed most. In those cases, World Vision relies on its in-country staff to provide knowledge of local transportation networks and establish relationships with carriers in the region for the final mile delivery.

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