In this case study, learn how Kaleida Health drove system-wide clinical-supply integration using three key strategies to build a clinically integrated supply chain.
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BJ McCluskey, Director of Resource Optimization at McLeod Health, discusses how supply chain and surgical teams at McLeod Health improved data points to generate meaningful, relevant and actionable information through collaboration with all stakeholders including Finance and other departments. This podcast is also available as a webcast. Watch Webcast
Vicky Lyle, Vice President, Industry Association at Owens & Minor, discusses how to ensure clinicians have the right patient care products by connecting them with supply chain to decrease risk and improve documentation work flow. This podcast is also available as a webcast. Watch Webcast
READY, SET, AUTOMATE: 5 Ways Health Care Organizations Can Gain Efficiencies, Reduce Costs with Digitized AP Technology
Explore opportunities for improving the procure-to-pay cycle to generate better outcomes for both health care organizations and their supplier partners.
Hear from Myla Maloney, Vice President, Strategy and Commercial Operations at Premier as she teaches the four value-based contracting methods suppliers can use with provider partners such as evidence-based care, product guarantees, risk share by product and risk share by alternative payment model. This podcast is also available as a webcast here.
Improve clinical and financial outcomes for hip fracture care using a standardized, collaborative service line approach.
Listen as Bruce Radcliff, System VP of Supplier Diversity at Advocate Aurora Health discusses the tangible methods to build supplier diversity based on Advocate Aurora Health’s own results and best practices. This podcast is also available as a webcast.
Colonel Victor Suarez, Commander, Sixth Medical Logistics Management Center discusses COVID insights that can help you successfully realize project goals in a short timeframe.
Trisha Smith, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, GHX VendorMate discusses various checks and balances to minimize risk in working with a new vendor.
The Introduction to Health Care Supply Chain eLearning courses provide grounded education for those new or seeking a refresher.
This advanced course leads learners through 10 areas of infrastructure surrounding the functions of health care supply chain management.
Decision making by studying where our data is coming from and the outcome of its source. Speaker: Catherine Williams, Director of Supply Chain, Baptist Memorial Healthcare Takeaways: Constantly be educating yourself on your supply chain, learning about the data and its source Consider better ways to bring in products in logistically Always having a growing relationship with clinicians.
Price: Member: $98.00 | Non-Member: $198.00 Continuing Education Credits (CECs): 2 hours
Distributor Thought Leader Insights: Executed Sourcing Strategies During COVID-19 and Leading Practices Moving Forward
Listen as Elizabeth Hilla, Senior Vice President, Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA), discusses the most successful strategic sourcing strategies during the pandemic and health care supply chain resiliency leading practices, including stockpiling considerations and established supplier relationships. 3 Forward-Thinking Strategic Sourcing Methods
Dr. Jimmy Chung, Chief Medical Officer, Advantus Health Partners, Bon Secours Mercy Health discusses how physician leadership was critical during the COVID-19 pandemic, development of defined physician leader roles and creating a permanent physician leader position in supply chain organizations.
The UDI-DI Change Communication Process Work Group, a part of AHRMM's Learning UDI Community (LUC), recently released a report analyzing current communication processes and their implications on all stakeholders related to changes to the UDI-DI. Gain a clear understanding of how these changes are documented in affected software systems, identify gaps between current and desired states, and develop recommended practices to improve the process for all stakeholders.
The UDI Impacts on Recall Management Work Group, a part of AHRMM's Learning UDI Community (LUC), has released their recommended practices reports that analyzes the barriers and highlights the benefits to patient safety and key stakeholder groups when utilizing the UDI throughout the recall process. Work group members identified recommended practices for each of these groups underscoring mutual areas for improvement in the safety and efficacy of the recall process. In addition to the two Impact Reports, there is also a comprehensive Regulatory Resource Guide and a Supporting Information document with detailed reports, resource links, surveys and summary presentations that the work group members created, as well as a Recall Time & Cost Collection Tool.
Consider how direct sourcing can enable access to PPE and the leading practices of building supply chain diversity and resiliency for the future in this Banner Health case study.
Price: Member: $350.00 | Non-Member: $540.00
Though the health care industry is continuing to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, many industry leaders are also looking to build a more resilient supply chain by asking, “What could we have done differently?”, and “How should we prepare for future pandemics and other crises?”