one-stop shopping strategy

one-stop shopping strategy

Delivery system strategy Business & medicine A strategy  by a health care system to retain virtually all diagnostic–lab and radiology work and therapeutic services–eg, ambulatory surgery stay–within its system. See Medical mall, Multispecialty management.
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"The standardization of company names underscores the complete integration of our companies under the umbrella of Bosch Packaging Technology, emphasiz ing our one-stop shopping strategy across all Business Units," explained Friedbert Klefenz, president of Bosch Packaging Technology.
"The standardization of company names underscores the complete integration of our companies under the umbrella of Bosch Packaging Technology, emphasizing our one-stop shopping strategy across all Business Units", explains Friedbert Klefenz, President of Bosch Packaging Technology.
CA: Your predecessor followed a one-stop shopping strategy. The announcements, with Polyclad having a direct line to Nick Salmon, suggest a different approach.
Significant cross effects on one-stop shopping strategy. 10% higher prices on GM B 0.147 10% higher prices on GM D 0.114 10% lower prices on GM C 0.131 5% lower prices on drugs D 0.175 5 brands in assortment B -0.158 5 brands in assortment C -0.147 5 brands in assortment D -0.165 15 minutes of travel time B -0.108 15 minutes of travel time D -0.010 3 shoppers in checkout line C -0.130 3 shoppers in checkout line D -0.097 20% discount on drugs C -0.115 20% discount on GM D -0.197 Note: Table made from bar graph Fig.
This one-stop shopping strategy is thought to be based, at least in part, on the shopper's evaluation of alternative locations, the distance and time to travel to each, the perceived costs at each site, and the effort needed to accomplish specific errands.