The Provider Perspective on Building Supply Chain Resiliency (Re-engineering the Health Care Supply Chain: CQO Thought Leader Discussion Series)

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Re-engineering the Health Care Supply Chain: A CQO Thought Leader Discussion Series” is hosted by AHRMM's Cost, Quality and Outcomes (CQO) Movement sponsors. This webinar series focuses on how the health care supply chain will evolve and be more resilient in the post-pandemic environment.

Health care supply chain resiliency is interdependent upon the resiliency of providers, data accuracy, and collaboration with manufacturers and distributors. In the second webinar of the CQO Thought Leader Discussion Series, hear provider panelists discuss their post-pandemic approach to their business continuity programs, working with non-traditional buyers, diversifying their suppliers and the increased focus on supply chain analytics.

For future webinars in this series, visit the AHRMM Calendar.

 

Moderator: Michael Schiller, Senior Director of Supply Chain, AHRMM

Panelists:

  • David Peck, Vice President of Supply Chain Management, Houston Methodist
  • Bob Hornsby, System Director, Supply Chain Management, Riverside Health System
  • Erich Heneke, PhD, CMA, CFE Director of Business Integrity & Continuity, Mayo Clinic

 

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