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Live Chat Healthcare: Supply Chain Enabled Healthcare Transformation


Zoom Virtual Platform

08:30 AM EDT

Supply Chain Professionals in the Healthcare sector continue to navigate volatility and change. Our Breakfast Live Chats have explored different perspectives to inform supply chain professionals and support decision making.

In this 3rd Session of the Healthcare Series, we will hear from hospital clinical and risk leaders on these challenges, and listen to the “voice of the customer” to better understand how to support.


8:30 AM - 9:30 AM EDT – Panel Discussion
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM EDT– Q&A

Linda Jussaume, RN, BScN, MBA
Program Director, Surgery North York General Hospital


Lynn Mikula, MD CM, MSc, FRCSC, MM
Chief of Staff, CME, CMIO & EVP Medical Affairs, Risk, Infection Control & Patient Relations Peterborough Regional Health Centre


Rhoda Lordly
Director, Enterprise Risk Management and Radiation Safety Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre at Sunnybrook


Andrea Englert-Rygus
Chief Procurement Officer and Vice-President, Customer Relationship Management Plexxus


Past sessions

Live Chat Healthcare: Supplier Perspectives on Global Supply Chain Impacts

Join us for a dynamic panel conversation that will provide first-hand Supplier insights from those who are continuing to lead complex organizations through a new reality. Learn about the specific pressures facing both domestic and international medical device and supply companies, strategies being employed to mitigate domestic supply impacts, and reflections on the best path forward to sustain our vibrant healthcare supply chain amidst emergent challenges.

Live Chat Healthcare: Adaptive Supply Chain Leadership

Join us for the second panel conversation in our series, with a focus on providing insights from those who have and are continuing to lead diverse organizations through major supply chain disruptions.

Panelists will recap common challenges being faced in the current climate, and in turn, discuss their leading-edge risk management strategies, spanning people, process and technology. A focus on adaptability in the context of complex logistics and warehousing challenges will be covered.

Looking forward, panelists will also share their ideas for disruptive innovations and big ideas, with a focus on how these can be deployed to support the healthcare sector. 

  • Healthcare supply chain leaders and professionals
  • OHT stakeholders (hospital personnel and their external partners) who will be engaged or impacted in the process.


Thank you for interest!