Thought Leadership Panel
On-Site Experience: Tuesday, August 31 | 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM ET
Moderated by Brent Petty, CMRP, Chief Relationships Officer, IDN Summit
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the critical importance of IDN supply chain leaders. Just as the pandemic has transformed us as leaders, the supply chains we operate are evolving, too. How do we strategically approach new challenges, enhance current operations, and ensure continuity in the healthcare supply chain going forward? On August 31, we’re heading back to the classroom for the IDN Summit Thought Leadership Panel to answer these questions and more.
Join Brent Petty as he hosts leaders from three of American’s top supply chain management programs, the University of Tennessee’s Dr. Randy Bradley, the University of Arkansas’ Dr. Claudia Rosales, and Arizona State University’s Dr. Eugene Schneller. During this engaging discussion on the issues impacting your IDN supply chain, they will share insight into the healthcare supply chain trends on the horizon, discuss how to overcome tomorrow’s challenges, and answer your questions.
About the Panelists
Arizona State University
Eugene Schneller earned his Ph.D. at New York University (Sociology). He was awarded an honorary Physician Associate (PA) degree from Duke University and an honorary Doctor of Learned Letters from the A.T. Still University. He has held faculty and research scholar positions at Duke University, Union College (New York) and Columbia University. His consulting and research focuses on health care policy, best practice adoption, supply chain purchasing strategy design and governance, human resource development and supply chain integration. He is a former director at Vomaris and the Barrow Neurological Institute and has served on advisory boards for both device manufacturers and information technology companies. He is a frequent speaker at academic and corporate conferences and has facilitated retreats and focus groups. He was Principal Investigator for the Department of Defense efforts to integrate the medical supply chains for the three services. His recent research has focused on the design of stockpiles and pooled resources for resilience, regulatory change, impact of investment and Biden administration impact on the health sector. He is co-founder of Healthcare Supply Chain eXcellence.