The latest market intelligence study on the Healthcare Supply Chain Management market brings in the best of both qualitative and quantitative assessment techniques to explore the market size, share, and status of the Healthcare Supply Chain Management market for the forecast period, 2020 - 2027.
The aim of supply chain management (SCM) in healthcare is to identify and eliminate waste and assist in decision-making in the supply chain. It also adds to the performance of the services provided. Also fueling the demand is the rise of cloud-based solutions.
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The latest report offers a profound analysis of the present market scenario, its key product types, end-user landscape, application outlook, leading regions, competitive terrain, and the leading companies’ detailed profiles.
Top Key market participants include: SAP SE, Oracle, Tecsys Inc., Cardinal Health, Epicor, Infor, Global Healthcare Exchange, McKesson Corporation, Manhattan Associates, and Cerner.
Healthcare Supply Chain Management Market Service Insight:
In the year 2019, North America retained the largest market share due to the presence of key market players and the region's adoption of advanced technologies. Due to the existence of a well-established health care system in the country, the U.S. holds a large share of the market in the region.
For the purpose of this report, Emergen Research has segmented the global healthcare supply chain management market based on component, delivery mode, end-user, and region
Exploring growth rate over a period
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