ActionPPE Research Reveals a Broken Supply Chain System That Fails Independent Practices MT. PLEASANT, S.C.– February 18, 2021— Physicians’ lack of access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the early stages of the pandemic exposed a broken supply chain that had a widespread impact across the healthcare system. The results were revealed...
ActionPPE Survey: 80% of Americans Say Providers Should Continue to Wear PPE After Pandemic Is Over
ActionPPE Reignites Power of Collective in Healthcare U.S. Consumers Are Willing to Pay More for Office Visits to Ensure Their Doctors Have Access to Protective Gear PLEASANT, S.C.–January 21, 2021--An overwhelming majority of Americans – 80% – believe healthcare professionals should continue to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) even after...
Charleston County Medical Society Forms Buying Group to Help Doctors Get Essential PPE
ActionPPE Reignites Power of Collective in Healthcare MT. PLEASANT, S.C.–January 6, 2020--Charleston County Medical Society (CCMS) today announced that ActionPPE, its collective buying initiative created by doctors for doctors, has shipped over 3.4 million units of personal protective equipment (PPE), including masks, respirators, gloves, gowns,...