The supply chain department of yesterday intensely focused on benchmarking, rationalizing and standardizing in the pursuit of the lowest acquisition price. Some may have even (unintentionally) disenfranchised their physicians along the way.
The robust supply chain department of today is clinically integrated and enrolls its clinicians and physicians in the broader CQO change effort. These supply chain teams align incentives with their clinical colleagues, so they can together focus on patient centered initiatives. Imagine a near future where a supply chain team is a physician’s most trusted and valued internal resource.
Be a fly on the wall as this panel of accomplished experts share experiences and lessons learned in their respective journeys towards a clinically integrated supply chain. We will discuss the change leadership tactics used in building collaborative relationships between Supply Chain and Clinical Operations.
|Activity Number||Credit Amount||Accreditation Period|
|AHRMM||1 Hour||from September 23, 2019|