Lunch N Learns

 
 
Lunch N Learns are in-depth educational forums offering opportunity for discussion of current issues impacting the healthcare supply chain. These invitation-only sessions allow host companies the chance for honest and 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 andprovide access to experts from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Each session will afford ample opportunity for open dialogue with the presenting companies. Session content begins at approximately 11:15 am with lunch served beginning at 11:00 am.

11:00 am - 12:45 pm 
 
For more information about attending a Lunch N Learn Sesssion at the 2020 Fall IDN Summit, contact Lisa Ponssa at 859.309.6725.
 
 
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Supply Chain Perspectives: A Look Into the Future

Carl Briggs, Ph.D., Clinical Professor, Operations and Decision Technologies, from Indiana University, will lead an engaging, interactive, and open discussion about current supply chain challenges and the future of the industry. In this session, you will learn key strategies to prepare yourself and your organization for the future of innovative supply chain. Lunch will be provided.
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Data as a Clinical Alignment Strategy
 
As both commercial and government payors introduce alternative payment models, hospital administrators, supply chain leaders, payors and physicians, and other clinicians have increasing incentives to align on the best care pathways for specific patient populations.  Effective physician and clinical alignment takes more than financial incentives.  It requires access to key data and structures to engage physicians and clinicians in meaningful and collaborative decision-making.  Physician Executive Li Ern Chen, MD, and GHX’s Vice President of Healthcare Value Karen Conway return to the IDN Summit with another interactive workshop, this time exploring how to leverage strategic investments in data management and physician engagement to deliver greater value for patients and the multiple stakeholders supporting their health and healthcare.
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Optimizing Your Success Through Value-based Contracting

Although 73 percent of healthcare providers rank value-based contracting with suppliers as a priority for improving return on investments, opportunities lag in the healthcare supply chain, according to a Premier Inc. survey. Value-based contracting for medical products and pharmaceuticals has the potential to provide significant value for all stakeholders, including patients, while ensuring that outcomes are measured and tracked appropriately. This session will discuss value-based contracts between suppliers and providers, addressing the challenges and opportunities we see in the future that will allow the creation of value-based contracts with stronger linkages to outcomes.

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Better Together: Achieving Improved Outcomes With a Clinically Integrated Supply Chain

Supply chain strategies that lack open communication and collaboration between supply chain and clinical teams can result in significant financial and operational challenges, and can even impact a health system’s ability to deliver optimal patient care. This panel discussion will cover the importance of and best practices for achieving clinical integration in your supply chain, enabling you to deliver high-quality care and achieve better outcomes that benefit your patients and your bottom line.

Facilitated by Dave Edwards, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Strategic Corporate Accounts, Siemens Healthineers

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Implants, Clinicians and the Power of Data: How to Combine Procedural Supply and Clinical Data to Drive Clinical-supply Integration

Data is the foundation of clinical-supply integration and the driver that sustains it. To reduce supply variation, lower costs and improve the patient experience, you need accurate data that connects procedural and clinical information. Learn how to engage clinicians with data that identifies utilization or pricing opportunities and supports your supply chain initiatives.

After this Lunch N Learn, you will know how to:

  • Connect procedural supply and clinical data
  • Link clinician, patient and outcome data in a storyline that shows the economic and clinical impacts of decisions.
  • Identify opportunities to reduce costs, optimize utilization, and improve outcomes