Deborah Abrams Kaplan is a contributing writer for HealthLeaders.
Building a system-wide approach to supply chain operations requires data, technology, and good vendor relationships.
A rising tide lifts all boats. Chief Supply Chain Officer Charles Miceli believes in networking and long-term relationships with all healthcare industry stakeholders.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area health system used the pandemic to increase supply chain transparency and add technologies to increase diversity in its vendor pool.
Villain created the first provider-owned personal protective equipment manufacturing facility in the United States for nearshoring supply.
Downey comes to the new role from Vizient, where he oversaw supply chain operations while working with 35 acute care and 200 nonacute care facilities in its purview.
With seven hospitals and multiple ambulatory centers, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center takes a standardized and data-focused approach to supply chain management.
With seven acute care hospitals, the Texas health system is using innovative ideas to trim its $1.4 billion supply chain budget, while increasing efficiency.
Healthcare supply chain leader LeAnn Born of M Health Fairview learned pandemic lessons to better identify the right leaders for change, pursuing action and not perfection.