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On Sept. 21 at 1 p.m. EST/10 a.m. PST, OpenMarkets will host the third in an ongoing web broadcast series focused on the challenges of creating a more efficient capital procurement process.  The one-hour session will be hosted by Mike Schiller, CMRP and the Senior Director of Supply Chain Management for AHRMM, and Edward Hernandez, Sr., Founding Partner, Covalus.  Schiller and Hernandez will present a session that focuses on the best healthcare supply chain practices for capital equipment purchasing for construction projects. AHRMM members will receive one CEU credit for this session.  To register, click here.

In addition, a new broadcast was scheduled for Oct. 19, at 3 p.m. EST/12 noon PST - Leading Practices in the Healthcare Supply Chain: Perspectives from Deloitte.  This session will be hosted by Kurt Banas, Senior Manager at Deloitte, and Tom Derrick of OpenMarkets. The two will discuss inefficiencies in the healthcare supply chain and the solutions they have encountered in their work with leading provider organizations. The one-hour broadcast will highlight the often-overlooked capital equipment market, leading practices for internal organization design, and how providers and suppliers can work together to fight back, for the benefit of all.
Last month, OpenMarkets hosted its second educational session, “How Medical University of South Carolina Reinvented Their Capital Process” led by Dr. David Habib, the Associate Chief Medical Officer for the Supply Chain at Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Click here to view the recording.

 In July, the inaugural session was led by John Strong, President of Greenhealth Exchange and former CEO at Consorta. The recording can be viewed here.   

Click here to register for any of the upcoming 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. 

Tom Derrick

Tom leads a range of core functions for OpenMarkets, including strategic partnerships and marketing. Prior to OpenMarkets, Tom served as a senior communications director for... More about Tom Derrick