Supply Chain 201: A Look into the Strategy Behind Health Care Supply Chain (Virtual Instructor-Led Training)
DateWed, Dec 02, 2020, 01:00 PM – Wed, Dec 02, 2020, 03:00 PM
Part II of this two-part seminar series is designed to provide context around what makes health care supply chain unique and special. This highly interactive session offers peer-to-peer learning with an emphasis on discussion and idea-sharing under the direction of a seasoned facilitator and supply chain leader. Discussion allows for opportunity to share personal experiences and uniqueness’s inside your organization to support problem-solving and application when you return home.
- Discuss the health care trends that are impacting provider and supplier organizations.
- Review the areas within health care that make the field unique and how that impacts the supply chain.
- Examine health care nuances beyond the trends, that leaders and supply chain professionals navigate every day to ensure success.
- Joe Walsh, Coach, Educator, Advisor, Founder of Supply Chain Sherpas
Continuing Education Credits
By attending the webinar, “Supply Chain 201: A Look into the Strategy Behind Health Care Supply Chain,” offered by AHRMM, qualified participants may earn up to 2 AHRMM Continuing Education Credit toward renewal of the CMRP and FAHRMM designations, and/or 2 ACHE Qualified Education Hours toward initial certification or recertification of the Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) designation.
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About the Instructor
Joe Walsh is a values-driven leader with a 20-year track record of leading supply chain transformations and new business development ventures at organizations within health care and beyond. Joe has served as Intermountain Healthcare’s Chief Supply Chain Officer and as Pensiamo’s EVP of Operations.
Joe believes talent is the most important and impactful investment for any health care company. Joe founded Supply Chain Sherpas to help elevate the collective capabilities of our industry’s nextgen, emerging, and incumbent leaders. Solutions include executive coaching, leadership development, education programs, and advisory services."