Learning Lab 1   10:00 - 11:00 AM

1.1 Reducing Costs: Leveraging Physician Leadership with Supply Chain Initiatives

1.2 From Invisibility to Transparency: Cultivating OR Cost Awareness

1.3 Business Continuity - Rebuilding the Supply Chain After an Environmental Disaster

1.4 A Supply Chain Dashboard

1.5 Inventory Sustainability During Disasters and Emergencies

1.6 Right Product, Right Time: Mastering Inventory Management of Commodity Supplies

1.7 Data as the Engine of Collaboration with the Cath Lab

Learning Lab 2    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

2.1 Using Value Analysis to Survive Healthcare Reform

2.2 Pandemic Preparedness: Industry Efforts to Build Elasticity into the Supply Chain

2.3 Engaging Physicians as Strategic Partners

2.4 Medical Equipment Fleet Analysis: An Objective and Centralized Approach to Equipment Replacement

2.5 Reducing Costs and Environmental Impacts to Healthcare Through a Total Cost of Ownership Tool

2.6 Successful Implementation of GS1 Standards: Step-by-Step Approach

2.7 Two Leading Practices from a Cost, Quality, and Outcomes Perspective

Learning Lab 3   1:30 - 2:30 PM

3.1 Orthopedic Implant Costs: Opportunities for Substantial Improvements

3.2 Cutting the Costs of Contracting: An Industry Wide Initiative

3.3 From Manager to Leader

3.5 Launching a Contract Program Like a 5-Star Restaurant

3.6 Benefiting from a UDI and Data Strategy in Medical Device Management

3.7 How the FDA’s UDI Regulation Benefits the Supply Chain, Patient Care


Learning Lab 4    1:00 - 2:00 PM

4.1 Who Do We Use This Time, a GPO or Local/Self Contracting?

4.2 Survive Competition and Support Emerging Business Models: Five Supply Chain Strategies to Help Your Organization Thrive

4.3 Engaging the Next Generation of Supply Chain Professionals

4.4 Team Development and Engagement: Leading to a World Class Supply Chain Organization

4.5 Patient Safety as a Supply Chain Strategy

4.6 Combining Principals from Project Management and Change Management to Deliver Sustainable Adoption

Learning Lab 5    2:30 - 3:30 PM

5.1 Orthopedic Transformation: A Successful Rep-Less Model

5.2 Supply and Equipment Optimization

5.3 A Question of Ownership Aligning Processes Between Accounts Payable and Supply Chain

5.4 Taking Your Great Team to New Performance Levels by Identifying Talent, Strengths and Derailers

5.5 Capital Process & Acquisition: Methodology for Instituting an In-House Program Performed with Existing, Internal Hospital Tools

5.6 Tools and Tips to Be Successful in Sourcing

5.7 Engaging Physicians & Surgeons: A Bellwether Perspective

Learning Lab 6    4:00 - 5:00 PM

6.1 The Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Program (CJR) Overview and Role of Supply Chain

6.2 Yes! It Is Possible to Change Your Endomechanical Vendor!

6.3 Supply Distribution - Point/Counter Point

6.4 Five Steps to Building Business Partnerships that Power Performance

6.5 Supply Chain Executive of the Future

6.6 What Happens When Supply Chain Meets Consumer Experience?

6.7 Contracting in Healthcare: Terms and Conditions Every Supply Chain Leader Should Know


Learning Lab 7   8:00 - 9:00 AM

7.1 Training the Physician in Supply Chain Before the Physician Is Trained by the Industry Representatives

7.2 Bridging Gaps to Improve Supply Chain Processes – Chesapeake Regional Evolves to New Systems and Business Processes that Increase Visibility, Reduce Costs

7.3 Unique Device Identification: Focus on Adoption

7.4 Managing Mergers - Sustaining Gains!

7.5 Physician-Engaged Sourcing

7.6 Technology Trends: So What? Why Should I Care?

Learning Lab 8    9:30 - 10:30 AM

8.1 Product Utilization Transformation Program: An Integrated, Results-Based Supply Chain Transformation Program

8.2 Consolidated Pharmacy Distribution Management: An Enterprise Deployment Program

8.4 Three Strategic Ways Content Drives Better Costs, Quality, and Outcomes

8.5 Navigating Procurement: The Purpose Driven Deal

8.6 Operationalizing Contracts to Support CQO

8.7 Leverage Technology to Automate Patient Facing Contract Evaluation!