A supply chain is an association between an organization and its suppliers for manufacturing and distributing a particular product to the consumers. The association may involve different entities, including companies, individuals, technology, resources, activities, etc. A supply chain represents the transformation of materials and components involved in the manufacturing of a product into a final product that is ultimately delivered to the consumer. Healthcare supply chain management is the regulation of healthcare processes (goods and services) from an operator to a patient. Supply chain solutions are meant for delivering products or services to consumers, and their management is a complex and fragmented process.
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At the Supply Chain and Revenue Cycle Virtual Briefing, industry leaders will convene to discuss best practices and opportunities to more effectively manage these two crucial processes so that care providers can lower costs, improve efficiency and ultimately provide better patient outcomes. Attendees will include CFOs, COOs, CIOs and other hospital and healthcare executives with direct authority over these decisions.
As health system supply chain leaders navigate a rapidly evolving and turbulent healthcare landscape, it's critical to understand the trends and challenges that impact your future-state supply chain.
Join this webinar to learn from Joe Walsh, founder of the Supply Chain Sherpas, Bill Moir, senior vice president of Supply Chain Management at Henry Ford Healthcare System, and Paul Farnin, director of Supply Chain Solutions at Cardinal Health, as they address these trends and challenges, and share the steps supply chain leaders can take now to prepare for the future.
How to prepare for future challenges, both in the short-term and long-term, to create a more resilient supply chain and navigate disruptions.
Best practices for integrating supply chains during mergers and acquisitions, including optimizing inventory and sourcing strategies.
Considerations for using data & analytics to improve supply chains, from a clinical and operational perspective and to formulate an ideal supply chain "blueprint" for the future.
The HIMSS21 Clinically Integrated Supply Chain Symposium will dive deep into optimizing supply chain management practices that have been strained during the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing operating expenses and increasing process efficiencies.
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