Reduce Financial Risk, Variation by Building Supply Chain Resiliency


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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, financial, operational and clinical leaders are considering new approaches to sourcing, inventory management, analytics and technology. In order to bolster resilience and efficiency, leading organizations are developing strategies to reduce variation that lead to migration of financial risk. In this panel discussion, you will hear from industry experts in financial, clinical, supply chain and risk management on their approaches to this critical issue. This webinar was presented by HFMA, AHRMM, and ASHRM in December 2020.

Learning Objectives:
  • Articulate the current impacts of the pandemic on supply chain as well as financial impacts both locally and regionally
  • Envision the ideal state for building resiliency in the supply chain and mitigating financial risk Share ideas on how organizations are balancing the increase in supply chain costs with financial pressures
  • Chart a new path forward that collaboratively builds resiliency in the supply chain, while reducing variation and lowering financial risk
  • Implement strategies for building resiliency such as diversifying vendor manufacturer portfolios, multi-source contracts and additional techniques
  • Fran Charney, RN, MS, CPHRM, CPHQ, CPPS, CPSO, DFASHRM, Director of Risk Management, American Society for Health Care Risk Management
  • Curtis Lancaster, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Westchester Medical Center Health Network
  • Kerry Gillespie, CFO, Specialty Based Care, Intermountain Healthcare
  • Jimmy Chung, MD, MBA, FACS, FABQAURP, CMRP, Associate VP, Perioperative Portfolio, Providence St. Joseph Health


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