Drawing more than 50,000 radiologists, administrators and imaging suppliers, the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Conference presents a prime opportunity for supply chain professionals to work more closely with radiology teams when it convenes Nov. 26 – Dec. 1 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
Just in time for pre-show planning, the next broadcast in the ongoing OpenMarkets education series for supply chain leaders will feature Todd Stanley of Indiana University (IU) Health Academic Medical Center and Shirley Taylor of Philips Healthcare sharing tips for getting the best from your company’s representation at RSNA 2017. The broadcast, titled “Radiology & Supply Chain Working Together,” is scheduled for Wednesday, November 15 at 1 p.m. EST.
Stanley has served as Administrative Director of Imaging at IU for more than 17 years and was recently noniminated by his peers at the Association for Medical Imaging Management for a prestigious “Minnie Award” in the category of “Most Effective Radiology Administrator.” This award is sponsored and led by the imaging industry experts at Auntminnie.com. On the supplier side, Shirley Taylor currently serves as Director of Field Marketing, Diagnostic Imaging at Philips Healthcare. She is a 20-year healthcare industry veteran, and has led marketing, sales and sales management efforts for a diverse supplier portfolio including leasing/finance options for capital equipment, diagnostic imaging equipment for radiology, digital mammography, and intra-operative imaging and computed assisted surgery solutions for the operating room.
The two experts join Tom Derrick, OpenMarkets’ co-founder and senior vice president, on the broadcast to discuss what’s hot in terms of new product launches and innovations expected at the show, “can’t miss” educational sessions, show floor coverage tips for attendees, and a pre- and post-show checklist that supply chain leaders can share with colleagues attending RSNA 2017 to help maximize their time at the show and facilitate collaboration when they return.