Browsing: Dalip Raheja

The following title caught my eye, especially since I had unsuccessfully tried to convince family on a Zoom call that we were not out of the woods yet : “America Is Ignoring the Coronavirus Variants at Its Own Peril – A tale of “two epidemics.” Everything was hunky…

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Actually, I don’t even know their record this year (and that’s part of the point), but the Seattle Seahawks were not in the Super Bowl and here’s why I think they were the best team: “The N.F.L. Had Over 700 Coronavirus Positives. The Seahawks Had None.” was the…

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That probably got your attention fast but unlike the Ginsu knife commercial (I know I’m dating myself), this may not even cost you $29.95.  Group Purchasing Organizations (GPO) got a bad rap in the early days and I did my share of the rapping against them at conferences. …

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Many of our stakeholders would argue that AGILE Sourcing belongs on the same list as Military Intelligence, act naturally and deafening silence – oxymorons all.  They are of course not willing to recognize that most of the delays are actually caused by them but that’s a losing debate. …

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There is great news for the world – a number of COVID vaccines are going through the approval process and they all look promising.  Creating a vaccine is merely the first challenge (even though the most critical) and now creating the supply chains to manufacture enough doses and…

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