Leading Practice in the Healthcare Supply Chain: Perspectives from Deloitte

Held on Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Given the current trend of limited budgets, supply chain operators are being asked to do more with less. How can an organization go beyond benchmarking and hard-nosed negotiating to create meaningful reductions for their organization? How does this differ for capital equipment items, in comparison for PPI and commoditized supplies?

In this 60-minute web broadcast, Kurt Banas, Senior Manager at Deloitte, joined Tom Derrick of OpenMarkets and discussed inefficiencies and solutions they encountered in working with leading provider organizations. They payed particular attention to the often overlooked capital equipment market, and outlined the leading practices on internal organization design and discussed how providers and suppliers can work together to fight back, for the benefit of all.


  • Why capital equipment SG&A is so high and how we can lower that number

  • Optimal, accountable supply chain governance structures

  • How innovative health systems work with suppliers to reduce price variation

  • How better communication practices can improve the capital equipment process for providers and suppliers

DISCLAIMER: Information discussed is provided for educational purposes only and does not serve as an endorsement of Deloitte for any organization(s).

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