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AHVAP Webinar: Achieving Clinical-Supply Integration - Achieving Clinical-Supply Integration
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When: December 14, 2017
3:00 - 4:00 pm EST
Where: Webinar
United States

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Supply cost management does not start and end with cost. This is widely recognized by hospital leaders in all areas, from supply chain to service line management to operating room and cath lab directors. In today's value-based health care environment, organizations understand that continued segregation of clinical and supply chain operations is not a winning strategy. 

Integrating the supply chain with clinical teams to achieve the desired state of low-cost, high-value care is not a quick and easy process. It requires a multi-faceted approach: thoughtful work around physician engagement, deep insights from analytics, clinical evidence, and a structured process to continually identify opportunities and drive change. 

Please join this webinar to discuss the importance of considering clinical outcomes when making supply decisions and exploring four critical domains of performance necessary to achieve integration between supply chain and clinical leaders.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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marty lucentiPresenter: Martin Lucenti, Senior Principal, Vizient

Martin brings a wealth of experience to Vizient including experience as an Emergency Medicine physician who practiced at Northwestern Memorial Hospital where he served first as the Clinical Operations Director and then as Vice-Chair of Clinical Operations. Prior to joining Vizient, Martin ran MedAssets’ Clinical Operations Consulting segment.  He combines unique backgrounds in both medicine and operational engineering. Martin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Systems Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia. He completed the Medical Scholars Program at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois where he earned both a MD from the University’s College of Medicine and a PhD in Industrial Engineering from the College of Engineering. He did his Emergency Medicine residency at Harvard Medical School where he served as Chief Resident. Martin has served in the National Guard since finishing college. He has been deployed three times to Iraq – the last two times working with the 10th Combat Support Hospital in the ER in Baghdad. He has also deployed to Afghanistan where he worked in the ER with the Combat Support Hospital in Bagram and as the Brigade Surgeon for the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team. Martin continues to serve in the Vermont Army National Guard where he is currently the acting State Surgeon.


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