Blot the blight

Dana Barlow, Rick
March 2016
Healthcare Purchasing News;Mar2016, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p4
Trade Publication
In the article, the author discusses the behaviors of players in the healthcare purchasing industry in the U.S. as of March 2016, particularly the need for players to leave a positive mark rather than a scandal. He claims that a tarnished reputation is always the result if a healthcare supply chain leader, manager or front-line professionals are tempted to commit felony. He cites that industry players should not use a colleague's disgraceful experience to criticize others.


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