Supply disruptions are hitting home-based medical care



Last updated 11/4/2021 at 10:58am

The days of scrambling to secure toilet paper are over. But the pandemic is continuing to wreak havoc on supply chains.

Pet food is in short supply. Restaurants are warning customers that their favorite meals may not be on the menu. Then there’s the shortage of semi-conductor chips, which has raised the price and curbed the availability of medical devices.

Waiting for a piece of medical equipment can be life-threatening. Our leaders must therefore make bolstering the medical supply chain a bigger priority.

They can start by ensuring the companies that provide and service medical equipment...

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