Clinical Integration Track
Clinical Integration Track: Clinical Learnings from COVID-19
Wednesday, September 22, 2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
The COVID-19 pandemic cemented the importance of collaboration between all healthcare stakeholders, particularly clinicians and the supply chain leaders, to mitigate shortages and support patient care. Applying learnings from the pandemic to your supply chain begins with analyzing what worked, what can be improved, and what needs to change. By examining caregivers’ first-hand accounts of the pandemic, you’ll gain valuable insights to better support all members of the healthcare workforce. Join us as clinicians share their lessons learned from the pandemic and offer insight into what their expectations are of supply chain going forward.
- Describe clinicians’ main challenges and pain points during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Explain clinicians’ expectations of supply chain leaders post-pandemic.
- Evaluate strategies to improve collaboration between all healthcare stakeholders.
Serving as a physician executive with over 20 years of experience, he is dedicated to innovative and effective methods of delivering high-value, safe, patient-centered health care in a value-based environment. He has spoken at numerous national conferences as an expert on the development of physician leadership in optimizing the cost, quality, and outcomes of healthcare.
Dr. Chung received his MD from UC San Diego, completed his surgery residency at the University of Washington, received his MBA from the University of Massachusetts, and has practiced general surgery since 2000. He serves as second vice chair of the Washington Medical Commission and is the Chair of the Reduction of Medical Errors Committee. He is Board Certified in Surgery and Health Care Quality Management, a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, as well as a fellow of the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. Dr. Chung lives with his wife and two children and enjoys cycling and skiing.