2011 Webinar 3: Supply Chain Best Practices with Auditing Collaboration
Supply Chain Best Practices with Auditing Collaboration
Associate Vice President of Supply Chain, Scottsdale Healthcare
Purchasing and Contract Manager, Scottsdale Healthcare
Supply Chain Manager, Scottsdale Healthcare
This presentation will take place on Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 1:00pm Eastern time.
Member Price: $79
Non-member Price: $129
Scottsdale Healthcare will present a case study of Supply Chain best practices in the areas of GPO cost savings, physician preference item successes, and purchasing automation process improvements. Another topic will be to highlight the collaboration between Supply Chain and auditors to achieve Supply Chain quality process improvement.
Find out how to:
1. Provide actual case study examples of supply chain best practices
2. How to improve communication and collaboration between auditors and supply chain
3. Present a pilot study of a GPO cost savings auditing engagement
4. Understanding the new role of Supply Chain and Physician collaboration
Program Level: Basic
Field of Study: Auditing
Advance preparation is not required.
Delivery Method: Interactive webinar using telephone and Internet technology.
CPE Credits: 2 credits
Michael Hildebrandt-CMRP-Associate Vice President of Supply Chain for Scottsdale Healthcare
Michael is a Healthcare Materials Management Executive with over 30 years experience in the healthcare materials management field. He was Awarded Journal of Healthcare Contracting's Top Ten People to Watch in 2008, he was the Recipient of the VHA Supply Chain Leadership Award in 2006, he is a Board Member of the Arizona State University Healthcare Research Consortium, he is a current AHRMM Board Member, and he's the past president for the Arizona Healthcare Materials Management Association.
John Donofrio- C.P.M.-Purchasing and Contracting Manager
John has 34 years of experience in healthcare Materials Management and nearly 40 years in the purchasing profession. John is a lifetime Certified Purchasing Manager through the Institute of Supply Management and served as the Arizona Chapter president from 1999-2000. He has been on the Board of Directors for several years of the National Association of Purchasing Management (Arizona Chapter). John has sat on multiple committee's with Group Purchasing Organizations and also acted as the chairman for the Amerinet Group Purchasing Organizations Materials Management Input Group and has been a speaker at several GPO meetings.
Please Note: If you wish to receive continuing professional education credits for participating in the Webinar, you are required to register for the Webinar and pay the registration fees. You will also be required to answer 4 of the 5 questions asked online during the Webinar to qualify for CPE credit.
Cancellations received in writing prior to a week before the Webinar will be issued a refund less a $30 processing fee. No refunds for cancellations within the week of the Webinar. For more information regarding refund,complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact AHIA at 888-ASK-AHIA (275-2442).
Continuing Professional Education Credits:
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of State Boards of Accountancy
as a sponsor
of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards
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April 21, 2011through April 21, 2011
| Main Registration
||Registration and CPE are included in the cost.
||For groups of 2 or more registrants, each additional person receives a $30 discount off of the main registration fee. (First registration is $79)
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