FREE WEBINAR: Align your supply chain and clinical teams to improve inventory management


FREE WEBINAR: Align your supply chain and clinical teams to improve inventory management

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June 22, 2017
12:00 p.m. EST
CEs: 1 CE

Align your supply chain and clinical teams to improve inventory management A FREE webinar sponsored by Cardinal Health

Automation, combined with data-driven decisions and open communication with clinicians and materials management, has positioned stakeholders to work together to better predict, trend, and analyze product utilization information at every touchpoint throughout their OR supply chain. In this webinar, learn how the use of automation paired with RFID technology has been able to successfully align the OR supply chain. 

Details

More than $1 million is spent on supplies per OR suite each year. 1 With continual pressure to reduce spending while improving quality of care and outcomes, the need for clear data throughout the OR supply chain has never been greater.

What if there was a way to break down barriers in the OR supply chain and establish clear responsibilities between clinical and materials management teams while having visibility as to the true cost of supplies and its impact on patient outcomes?

See how the use of automation paired with RFID technology has been able to successfully align the OR supply chain. Automation, combined with data-driven decisions and open communication with clinicians and materials management, has positioned stakeholders to work together to better predict, trend, and analyze product utilization information at every touchpoint throughout their OR supply chain.

Learning objectives

  • Discuss the challenges faced by today’s OR leaders. 
  • Describe the steps needed for a strong inventory management platform that will help drive organizational alignment and workflow efficiency while reducing cost and waste.
  • Discuss how the right data can position OR leaders to better analyze and predict key supply needs or changes.

 

1 Here, There Everywhere, Effective OR Inventory Management, Thomas, M., Cardinal Health, 2013.

Webinar leaders


Kayleigh Anzalone, MBA, MPH, LSS Black Belt
Enterprise Program Manager
Cardinal Health™ Inventory Management Solutions

Committed to population health and the development of data-driven, thoughtful solutions to control healthcare costs, Kayleigh Anzalone has more than 10 years of experience. While currently an enterprise program manager for Cardinal Health, Kayleigh has extensive experience with major health systems including University Hospitals and Cleveland Clinic. With roles including process improvement, provider relations, public health, project management, systems analysis, development, and integration, Kayleigh has been recognized as a leader and team player in a multitude of cross-functional environments. 

Kayleigh received her master of public health in health administration and policy along with her master in business administration in health systems management from Case Western Reserve. Kayleigh also received her B.S. in biomedical humanities from Hiram College. 


Mary Cross, MBA, BSN, RN
Senior Clinical Consultant
Cardinal Health

Mary Alice Cross is a senior clinical consultant at Cardinal Health, providing consultation to acute care healthcare customers in the OR, IR, cath labs, and ICU since 1995. Mary’s area of expertise encompasses Cardinal Health’s key products such as surgical and exam gloves, drapes and gowns, skin adhesives, incontinence, and acute wound care. Mary has more than 18 years of clinical experience within different medical organizations, 15 of those years in OR management.

Prior to her career at Cardinal Health, Mary was assistant nursing director at the St Luke’s Hospital, responsible for staffing, patient flow, and scheduling within surgery services. After graduating from Marian University/Wisconsin with bachelor of science degrees in human resources-social work and nursing, Mary started her professional career as OR staff nurse at regional trauma centers in Wisconsin and Arizona and later as a cardiovascular private scrub nurse. Mary became OR manager in 1981 at Dignity-St. Joseph Hospital and Medical Center/Arizona, where she was involved in cardiovascular OR management, leading staff to develop and implement positive changes.
Mary obtained her master’s in business administration degree from Arizona State University in Tempe. She served as AORN treasurer of Phoenix and the Valley Chapter for two years and is a past AORN president for Phoenix and the Valley Chapter. 

 

Contact Hours: Access Intelligence is approved as a provider of continuing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider #15831. CEUs: 1 contact hour.

Please note: Continuing education credit for this session will be issued only in the name of the person who has paid for or is registered for the session. If there are additional attendees in your organization attending the program, each attendee will need to pay for and receive their own unique login to the system before they can print a certificate of completion for the program.

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