We will be back in September with a full slate of webinars dedicated to expanding your knowledge of the healthcare supply chain process
In the meantime, view our archives below
OpenMarkets is dedicated to educating healthcare supply chain executives on how new processes and intelligence can be utilized to save valuable time, better collaborate with suppliers and maximize their capital budget.
View archived broadcasts
Supply Chain Landscape & Impact on Supply Chain
In this broadcast, John Strong provides insight into the latest key trends in healthcare and how they are impacting the supply chain.
Details covered include: Impact of consolidation and mergers, new focus on capital, non-acute, and service contracts, national GPO consolidation, changes in sales models used by suppliers, trading partner collaboration, and increased sourcing and technology options.
The Ever-Changing Healthcare Landscape
and the Impact on Supply Chain
This one-hour interactive web broadcast provides insight on the lastest key trends in healthcare and how they are impacting the healthcare supply chain. Discussions include sources of financial pressure, the evolving role of distributors, the future of GPO’s, and the changes in sales models used by suppliers. AHRMM members will earn one CEU credit by attending.
How Medical University of South Carolina Reinvented Their Capital Process
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) was recently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the #1 hospital in South Carolina. A great hospital needs a great supply chain and OpenMarkets helped MUSC reinvent the way they purchased capital equipment. This one-hour broadcast, presented by Dr. David Habib, Associate Chief Medical…
Leading Practice in the Healthcare Supply Chain: Perspectives from Deloitte
In this 60-minute web broadcast, Kurt Banas, Senior Manager at Deloitte, will join Tom Derrick of OpenMarkets to discuss inefficiencies and solutions they encounter in work with leading provider organizations. We’ll pay particular attention to the often overlooked capital equipment market, and outline the leading practices on internal organization design and discuss how providers and suppliers can work together to fight back, for the benefit of all.
Understanding the key challenges faced in selling to health systems can help health system supply chain teams more efficiently work with equipment suppliers. In this session, Kelly Rodriguez of Toshiba Medical will discuss how a lack of transparency, access and understanding create inefficiency on the supplier side. We’ll discuss how working openly and proactively with suppliers can not only create better relationships, but show how this directly improves the bottom line for both health systems and their supplier partners.