Tuesday, August 25 and Wednesday, August 26
12:00 pm ET - 1:00 pm ET
Similar to the IDN Summit Lunch N Learns and Focus Groups, Boardroom Sessions are in-depth educational forums offering opportunity for discussion and learnings related to current issues impacting the healthcare supply chain. These invitation-only sessions allowed host companies the chance for open dialogue about strategies, problem solving and informed decision making in the changing atmosphere of the healthcare supply chain. Led by industry leaders, these provider-only sessions are designed to be interactive and provide access to experts from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Invited attendees selected which Boardroom Sessions to attend after completing registration.
For more information and to register for the Boardroom Sessions at the IDN Summit Virtual Experience, please contact Robert Chafin at 859.523.5701.
Tuesday Boardroom Session Hosts
12:00 PM ET - 1:00 PM ET
Transparent Collaboration | Now More Than Ever
Join us for an open conversation from a supplier and provider perspective about what transparent collaboration looks like, especially in a post-COVID-19 environment. Panelists include our very own supply chain solutions team member Mike Hughes, as well as provider representatives Dave Marcelleti, from Mayo Clinic and Jack Koczela, from Froedtert Health.
Value-based Healthcare – From Platitude to Partnerships
For many, value-based healthcare is still viewed as a nice goal to have, but not one that is gaining market momentum. For others, it is becoming the guiding principle for the future of provider and supplier relationships. In this session, Lumere Chief Medical Officer John Cherf, MD, MPH, MBA will explore with Medtronic's Vice President of Value-based Healthcare Christian Howell and Bill Selles, Senior Director of Procurement, Spectrum Health how suppliers and providers are navigating this new landscape and building partnerships that delivers value for their respective organizations and the populations they serve.
Optimizing Purchased Services Post-Covid
With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, business continuity became a matter of survival for many hospitals across the country. Soaring demand and supply shortages thrust supply chain organizations to the center of boardroom-level focus. Underpinning these conversations are the suppliers, including third-party services, which play an incredible role in the evolving response. This webinar will cover the four emerging themes guiding the future of purchased services procurement.
As one of the largest influenza vaccine providers in the world, Seqirus is a major contributor to the prevention of influenza globally and a transcontinental partner in pandemic preparedness. Seqirus, a CSL company, operates state-of-the-art production facilities on 3 continents, has leading R&D capabilities, and a commercial presence in more than 20 countries. flu.seqirus.com
Harnessing the Power of Procedural Supply and Clinical Data
Identifying improvement opportunities, increasing efficiency, and highlighting exceptional performance can be challenging and time-consuming when data resides in disparate systems. As supply chain becomes increasingly data-driven, health systems are leveraging technology to determine how cost, utilization and clinical outcomes affects other areas of resource management. In this session, you will learn how to combine clinical and supply analytics to understand the costs, utilization, and quality of care associated with each patience experience.
IDN Summit Speakers:
Marina Isaac, Product Director, Product Strategy & Management, Vizient
Ian O’Malley, MS, Director, Strategic Sourcing, University of Chicago Medicine
Speaker Introduction By:
Jim Brooke, SVP/General Manager, Central Zone, Vizient
Wednesday Boardroom Session Hosts
12:00 PM ET - 1:00 PM ET
From Bedside to OR to Supply Chain: Clinical Care Impacts of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone’s lives and has transformed the healthcare industry. During this session, a panel of experts on pharmacy, critical care, nursing and supply chain leadership will share their experiences related to COVID-19. The session will cover key learnings and how each respective provider has implemented operational and clinical changes because of COVID-19 and how they are planning for future pandemic events.
Lessons Learned and best demonstrated practices
Planning for additional waves and challenges
Opportunities for provider / supplier collaboration
Attendees will have an opportunity to ask their questions to the panelists. View more information on panelists here.
Panelists will include:
Jeff Brittain, PharmD, BCPS
System Director, Pharmacy Support Services
Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
Dr. Patrick Troy, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Barbara McLean, MN, RN, CCNS-BC, NP-BC, CCRN, FCCM
Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist
Grady Health System, Atlanta GA
Karen Morehead, RN, BSN, CNOR
System Director Contracting & Sourcing for Surgical Services
CommonSpirit Health, Englewood, CO
Tobi Karchmer, MD, MS, FSHEA
Vice President, Worldwide Medical
Baxter International Inc.
Get a Sneak Peek and Share Feedback on Healthcare IQ’s New Platform
Healthcare IQ invites you to preview our newest offering, technology that seamlessly integrates hospitals’ disparate data sources into a single enterprise solution. The tool connects clinical, operational, and financial data to provide transparency and interoperability across the entire data life cycle, from product to payer. In this session, we want to demonstrate the tool and get feedback on key features and functions. Our goal is to simplify healthcare analytics by transforming complex data into one powerful, easy to use solution.
Supply Chain’s Role in Supporting their Non-acute Facilities this Coming Respiratory Season.
What role do supply chain leaders play in supporting their facilities in the upcoming respiratory (Flu, COVID, pneumonia) season? Join other health system thought leaders for an interactive focus group that allows you to network, discuss challenges, exchange ideas, and gain insights from each other around important topics such as: best practices for the supply chain to prepare during dynamic times; discussion on the vaccine strategies needed for the coming flu and pneumonia season and setting up your non-acute lab as your team prepares for the upcoming respiratory season.
Pamper your Bottom Line with Performance, Quality and Innovation
Please join us to see exciting new innovation from Pampers on the diapers used for your smallest, most fragile patients. We will share the upgrades to the product, the science behind the upgrades and hear from industry experts Jonathan Pumphrey of Wellspan and Cassandra Church of Kaleida as to how a diaper can make a difference not just to the health of your babies but to the health of your bottom line.
The Impact of COVID-19 on Your Procure-to-Pay Process
Join Dan Geelhoed and Rob Heminger for an in-depth review of aggregate client results and trends from more than 30 major U.S. hospitals over the past 6-months.
Explore analysis regarding P2P trends from before and after the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of our economy. Learn from the extreme changes we are observing in vendor activity, payment activity, error rates, and vendor on-boarding trends.
Join the round table to discuss various interpretations of real data and how U.S. hospitals can best leverage these critical P2P insights to drive cash flow, increase margin improvement, and reduce expenses.
How the IDN Summit Boardroom Sessions Work
1. Review the Boardroom Session descriptions and choose the Tuesday and Wednesday sessions you want to attend. Email your selections to Talor Stapleton.
2. Taylor will respond confirming your selection. The Boardroom Sessions will appear on your personal schedule.
3. Before your Boardroom Session begins, you will click on the link of the Day Of page and enter the session.
4. Enjoy engaging content led by industry-leading experts.
Interested in Sponsoring a Boardroom Session?
Contact Josh Morita or Robert Chafin at 859.523.5701 for more information about sponsor opportunties at the IDN Summit Virtual Experience.