Monday, April 15 l 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Grand Salon

Engage with supply chain leaders as you break down practical insights, applicable strategies, and helpful tools to improve leadership skills, providing a foundation for your organization’s success. The Executive Leadership Track will highlight the modern realities of today’s IDN landscape and provide action steps that can be taken to optimize your organization’s operations.

Executive Leadership Track is from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM on Monday, April 15th. For more information contact Trey Beuttel or call 859.523.5701

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Over the last five to ten years, healthcare delivery has been disrupted and your role is ever-changing. Among the issues that have impacted healthcare are ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, robotics-assisted surgery, shift in site of care, Affordable Care Act, pricing legislation impacting 340B, value-based payments, consolidation within healthcare, and other topics. This panel will discuss these disruptions and enlighten you on what they believe will be coming disruptions.

These future disruptions will have a significant impact on your operations and healthcare delivery. They’ll explore topics such as AI in healthcare, global supply chain resiliency, continued consolidation, new payment formats, technology’s impact on the supply chain, your future workforce, government intervention, among other topics. 

Learning Objectives
1. Outline the ways in which healthcare advancements over the past five to ten years have impacted your organization.

2. Identify the future disruptions of the healthcare supply chain.

3. Analyze successful initiatives that organizations have implemented to combat these challenges and discuss implications for the future.

4. Formulate a plan for you and your organization for future success.

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2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

As Heraclitus said centuries ago, “the only constant in life is change.” Does this statement really apply to healthcare? For example, a recent survey found that 70% of change management initiatives do not deliver on expected results. Many organizations feel they may need to change, but bureaucratic impediments resist change. 

Joseph Jang will discuss his change management experience where he has partnered with 40 IDNs delivering over $500 million in margin improvement. He’ll identify barriers to organizational adaptation and provide a framework on how to drive and scale change. Ample opportunity will be given to discuss barriers that have prevented you from implementing the necessary changes for your organization. 

Learning Objectives
1. Evaluate the current healthcare landscape and highlight the need for change in your organization.

2. Analyze three key effective frameworks to drive and scale change.

3. Formulate key processes and implementation strategies to achieve organizational buy-in.

4. Specify areas of resistance to change and how to overcome these challenges.

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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The demand for talent and effective leadership in supply chain is paramount to the success of your IDN. Competition to recruit and keep talented team members has never been more fierce. Talent recruitment and development demands extensive resources, both in financial and time commitments. With already strained personnel budgets how do you compete with other industries for the best candidates.

Join us as we bring together a unique panel to discuss competing for talent and developing your team to meet the ever-demanding goals for your supply chain organization. We’ll discuss a unique partnership developed to recruit new supply chain leaders, hear from a leading university leadership program on what motivates future leaders, explore what other industries are doing for talent recruitment, how a large IDN is developing their future leaders, among other topics highlighting solutions to assist you in the talent development arena.

Learning Objectives

1. Define successful leadership in your organization and the characteristics that make an effective leader.

2. Identify insights into skills required to lead effectively in the dynamic healthcare supply chain.

3. Evaluate steps that can be taken to improve your organization’s operations through changes in leadership ability.

4. Analyze your personal leadership development and identify ways in which improved ability can translate to personal and organizational success.

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For more information on the 2024 Spring Summit Executive Leadership Track, please contact Trey Beuttel.

Trey Beuttel
Director, Provider Relationships and Education