Physician Preference Part 2: How to Effectively Partner with Physicians to Get Results

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Description:

Hospital financial performance is more dependent upon quality and outcomes than ever before. To be successful in this new world of health care, supply chain and physicians must reframe their relationship as a true partnership. This webinar, led by physicians, explains how supply chain can appeal to physicians’ shifting priorities around value and engage them in meaningful conversations focused on patients—not just products or price.

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Learning Objectives:
  • Explain how the shift to value-based care changes the playing field and sets the stage for collaboration.
  • Illustrate the key learning opportunities for supply chain and other administrators when trying to engage physicians./li>
  • Study examples of effective written and verbal communications to help you get started.

 

Presenter:
  • Jimmy Chung, MD, FACS, CHCQM — Senior Director of Perioperative Services, Providence Health & Services

 

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