About the Online Video Roundtable:As the healthcare industry moves from volume to value and provider health systems become responsible for managing population health, making the right financial and clinical decisions has never been so crucial. Data will be the linchpin of these decisions, and linking data to patient outcomes is one of the most important parts of the equation. This roundtable discussion among three top provider supply chain executives covers supply chain's role in the transition from a system that is operationally focused on supply cost to a more strategic, holistic system that integrates clinical and economic goals.
By attending this online video roundtable, you will:
- Learn how three top-performing organizations are using data and analytics in the supply chain
- Build better relationships with clinical teams by leveraging data to inform decision-making
- Uncover supply chain's role in accountable care by linking data to outcomes
Materials Managers, Supply Chain Executives, CFO, COO, CMO, CNO, CEO, OR Director, Chief of Surgery and additional members of the supply chain, clinical and operational teams.
Vice Chair of Category Management
As Vice Chair of Category Management at the Mayo Clinic, Joe Dudas is responsible for all strategic sourcing, contract administration, and informatics. Mr. Dudas has over 25 years of experience from various industries, including Healthcare, Retail, IT Outsourcing and Telecommunications. Mr. Dudas holds an MBA in Accounting and Finance from York College of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelor's in Management Information Systems from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Senior Vice President, Operations
Mercy Health System
Vance joined Mercy Health in April 2002 after 17 years in healthcare with Baxter/Allegiance, Cardinal Health and the healthcare division of the UPS Logistics Group. In his prior role with Mercy, Vance served as president and CEO of Resource Optimization & Innovation (ROi), Mercy's supply chain division globally recognized as a leader in health care supply chain management. Today, Vance is responsible for corporate oversight of ROi and the Mercy Technology Services (MTS) business unit which operates one of the largest and most highly integrated provider-based health IT platforms.
Vice President, Supply Chain Transformation
As Vice President Supply Chain Transformation for BJC HealthCare, Nancy LeMaster is responsible for creating the strategic vision and implementing solutions that will allow the organization to achieve its SupplyPlus mission of providing superior outcomes plus better value. She is responsible for the supply chain project management office (PMO) the analytics team, performance improvement supplier and GPO relations, purchasing and contracting and the BJC Collaborative.
Vice President & Publisher
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