As healthcare moves from a fee-for-service to a fee-for-value environment, the supply chain is a source of essential data to help healthcare systems and hospitals understand and report on their ability to deliver better quality at a more affordable price. This 3-part virtual event addresses topics focusing on the kind of data that can be harnessed from the supply chain; the technology infrastructure necessary to capture, share and analyze that data; and how better supply chain and clinical integration can support overall strategic objectives to lower costs while improving quality and value-based purchasing.
• Identify the rich source of data analytics available through the supply chain function
• Assess the role of the supply chain in supporting other technology priorities
• Discuss the ways in which the supply chain can contribute to regulatory initiatives such as achieving and sustaining the meaningful use of electronic health records and health reform
• Explain how the supply chain function contributes to realizing the overall value of health IT