Supply Chain and Clinical Supply Chain Leadership Series: Clinical collaboration by supply chain through times of crisis - On Demand
Supply chain executives & managers have an ongoing need for sharing best practices in their profession. Supply chain touches all aspects of the health care delivery system from clinical to operational to financial and is an increasingly strategic function within provider organizations. By understanding how others achieve success within these varied areas—through collaboration with professionals and leaders—learnings can spread more quickly, resulting in better patient care at lower costs.
- Supply chain leaders
- Discuss emerging practices among Supply Chain health care executives.
- Review how to establish clinical based protocols guiding product utilization and alternatives to increase inventory on hand during a disaster.
- Describe tracking mechanisms for supplies, identifying inventory and burn rates in times of crisis.
On Demand Activity
Relevant financial relationships: Planning committee members and presenters have nothing to disclose.
Planning committee members
Molly Zmuda, MHA
Senior Networks Director
Rosemary Curran, MBA
Associate Vice President, Media Productions
Ian O’Malley, MS
Director of Strategic Sourcing
University of Chicago Medicine
Gary Rakes, MS
System Vice President of Supply Chain
Jerry Kostal, BSBA
Director, Supply Chain, Procurement & Logistics
Nebraska Methodist Health System
DeAnne Short, MBA
Director of CQVA and Clinical Sourcing
Patrick Kenney, MD
Assistant Professor of Urology
Clinical Vice Chair, Department of Urology
Medical Director, Supply Chain Management
Yale New Haven Health
Vice President, Advanced Analytics & Informatics
Principal, Advisory Solutions
Vizient, Inc. will award CEUs to each participant who successfully completes this program. The CEU is a nationally recognized unit of measure for continuing education and training programs that meet certain criteria (1 contact hour = 0.1 CEU).
- 1.00 General CE – Attendance