Four tips for saving money in your program

August 2008
Same-Day Surgery;Aug2008, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p89
Academic Journal
The article offers tips for the group purchasing organization of an ambulatory care center to save money, by working with specific vendors, as suggested by Terry Hawes from the National Surgical Care Inc. in Dallas, Texas. INSET: Tip of the month: Avoid overnight shipping charges.


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