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covber image from the 2019 SCAN Health annual reportThe 2019 SCAN Health annual report details its work to integrate health system supply chains, increasing patient safety, improving system performance, and driving economic growth.

SCAN Health report details “tremendously successful year”

The 2019 SCAN Health annual report details its work to integrate health system supply chains.

Verna Yiu and Anne Snowdon (centre) congratulate winners in the SCAN Health design competition.Verna Yiu and Anne Snowdon (centre) congratulate winners in the SCAN Health design competition.

Cost savings and system efficiencies earn health services notice

A point-of-use healthcare supply chain solution to deliver dividends and benefits to Alberta Health Services won the inaugural Supply Chain Advancement Network in Health (SCAN Health) design competition, the network announced Tuesday.

This first of its kind competition attracted innovative solutions from Canada and around the world to advance tracking and traceability of products and care processes linked to patient outcomes. The winner, TECSYS, is a Canadian market leader of supply chain management solutions for healthcare.