LogiMed US 2017

March 07-March 09, 2017

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Manufacturer & Provider Only Task Force Focus Day – Collaborating To Drive Value in the Supply Chain

07:25 AM - 08:25 AM Breakfast

08:25 AM - 08:30 AM Welcome Remarks

Marissa Alvord, Executive Director, LogiMed USA

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Marissa Alvord

Executive Director
LogiMed USA

08:30 AM - 08:45 AM Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

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08:45 AM - 09:05 AM Driving Out Waste, Getting Visibility of the Supply Chain

Steve Kiewiet, Vice President, Supply Chain Operations, BJC HealthCare
The healthcare supply chain is one of the most critical supply chains, yet it experiences billions of dollars in waste. As measurements of success change, the industry has an obligation to reduce the cost of care in the US. This shift ultimately relies on deeper collaboration and connections between providers and manufacturers to drive out costs. Steve Kiewiet leads supply chain operations at BJC, one of the most progressive hospital systems in the US. Steve will share lessons learned on how to achieve supply chain visibility and reduce costs and where he sees the next opportunities for reducing costs and improving outcomes.
Find out how to:
• Achieve visibility in the supply chain
• Realize internal inventory visibility to consumption
• Partner across the industry to get in sync around data standards


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Steve Kiewiet

Vice President, Supply Chain Operations
BJC HealthCare
Due to economic and effectiveness drivers there is a need to implement data coding & attributes standards in our industry. Currently there is a lack of alignment and a lot of disjointed efforts in this area. Several large hospital systems are ahead of the curve of the data challenge and manufacturers are beginning to join the conversation. Jonathan Harrington, Divisional Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Abbott Cardiovascular & Neuromodulation will facilitate a conversation between William Mosser, Vice President, Materials Management, FMOL- Health System and Richard Bagley, Director, Supply Chain Commercialization, Intermountain Healthcare to find out why hospitals are getting involved in this standards work and how they are executing it.

Gain insights on:
• An overview of the current landscape
• Opportunities for you in data coding and classification
• How we can move forward to alignment and action in this space


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Richard Bagley

Director, Supply Chain Commercialization
Intermountain Healthcare
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Jonathan Harrington

Senior Director, Global Supply Chain
Abbott Vascular
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William Mosser

Vice President, Materials Management
FMOL- Health System

09:35 AM - 10:15 AM Voice of the Customer Panel | Provider Pain Points Revealed, Collaborate Better and Improve Service Levels

Miguel F. Machado, Director of Supply Chain Management, Baylor College of Medicine William Mosser, Vice President, Materials Management, FMOL- Health System
Customer service has become a key priority for manufacturers who want to better serve healthcare providers beyond the marketing and sales touch points. What gaps are providers experiencing and how can manufacturers better align offerings to support the customer?
A panel of providers will discuss:
• What their strategies are so that you can remain ahead of the curve
• Trends they are seeing from inventory, ordering patterns and systems
• Pain points when working with manufacturers experiencing M&A
• How they approach and assess partners when it comes to customer service factor


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Miguel F. Machado

Director of Supply Chain Management
Baylor College of Medicine
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William Mosser

Vice President, Materials Management
FMOL- Health System

10:15 AM - 11:15 AM Improving Talent Sourcing and Development, Engaging Millennials to Safeguard The Supply Chain

Eileen McCulloch, Co-Founder, Network for Value Chain Excellence, W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University
Supply chain executives are often focused on the important and urgent, but the important but not urgent can get left on the backburner. From a leadership perspective, supply chain leaders must address succession planning as the industry is plagued by talent gaps, consolidation and increased competition while many look to retirement in the next ten years. What do you need to know about generational differences to attract, manage and retain the best from each? What other industries should you tap into to attract new talent? Eileen McCulloch, Co-Founder, Network for Value Chain Excellence and Executive Leadership Coach will address this major issue and offer takeaways to help:
• Understand what millennials are looking for in current and future opportunities
• Leverage universities to make your job easier
• Develop a leadership platform
• Make the most of new virtual team models


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Eileen McCulloch

Co-Founder, Network for Value Chain Excellence
W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University

11:15 AM - 11:35 AM Morning Refreshment Break

Task Force A

11:35 AM - 12:35 PM Tactical Ideas for Leveraging Talent to Drive the Supply Chain

Eileen McCulloch, Co-Founder, Network for Value Chain Excellence, W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University
• Growing organic talent
• Becoming more employee-centric
• Understanding and addressing gender bias


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Eileen McCulloch

Co-Founder, Network for Value Chain Excellence
W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University

Task Force B

11:35 AM - 12:35 PM Driving Cost Out Through Operational Excellence Activities

• Bringing Lean activities into the point of care to improve efficiencies
• Optimizing internal processes and footprints
• Embedding Lean tools into the system


Task Force C

11:35 AM - 12:35 PM Preparing for the Next Phase of UDI and Gaining Value Beyond Compliance

• Leveraging UDI to automate functions
• Negotiating savings with 3PLs as a result of increased efficiencies
• Preparing for the next wave of complexity with the EU and China


12:35 PM - 12:50 PM Task Forces Report Back

12:50 PM - 1:50 PM Lunch

1:50 PM - 11:59 PM Conclusion of LogiMed USA – See you next year!