Beginning July 13th at 1 pm EST/10 am PST, OpenMarkets will be hosting monthly web broadcasts focused on the challenges of creating a more efficient capital equipment procurement process. To register for one or more of the free upcoming sessions, click here.
The first session is hosted by John Strong, President of Greenhealth Exchange and former CEO at Consorta, is titled “The Ever-Changing Healthcare Landscape and it’s impact on the Supply Chain.” This 60-min session will focus on the key trends of 2016, and is heavy on eye-opening statistics and practical advice for supply chain leadership. Attendees will receive CEU credit and plenty of new ideas to think about your approach to capital equipment differently.
David Habib, MD, holds a progressive, unique position at the Medical University of South Carolina: Associate Chief Medical Officer for the Supply Chain. In our second educational session, to he held on August 17th at 1 pm EST/10 am PST, Dr. Habib will talk through the evolution of the capital process at MUSC. Their organization has made tremendous improvements in how they engage with clinical leaders, empower supply chain directors and operate with a data-driven mentality.
And coming in September, Mike Schiller, CMRP and the Director of Supply Chain Management for AHRMM, will present a best practices session on the unique equipment purchasing challenges for new hospital and facility construction. Mike’s sure to tell stories from his 30 year background in the healthcare supply chain, including his planning and procurement leadership for Lurie Children’s Hospital as they built a new high-rise hospital in downtown Chicago.
Simply click here to registerfor any of the above sessions, all of which are provided at no cost.
Any suggestions for future educational sessions? Please contact us and let us know what your capital procurement challenges are, and let’s learn how to improve together. If you’d like to stay up to date on future sessions, simply add your info to the ‘Stay Up-To-Date’ box in the lower left hand corner of this page.