Leadership Series: Healthcare Supply Chain
Zoom Virtual Platform
In an environment where measures of success attain new levels of complexity every day, the Leadership Series - attended by over 500 supply chain professionals in 2019-20 (the launch year of Leadership Series) and 1,800+ participants, 15+ partners in 2020-21 (when we went 100% virtual), is designed to inspire supply chain and procurement professionals to build and scale their career trajectories.
With installments such as Women in Supply Chain, Digital Transformation in Supply Chain, Sustainable Supply Chain, Public Sector, we are proud to add our newest installment of Leadership Series: Healthcare Sector.
8:45 - 9:00 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks
9:00 – 10:30 AM Align a Supply Chain Strategy to Maximize Long Term Success in Reducing Cost and Improving Outcomes
Canada's healthcare system is both complex and interdependent where hospitals, provincial agencies, long term healthcare, public health and primary care all play a critical role. A significant continuing issue is the lack of integration across the system, which ultimately impacts the patients. A leading supply chain system can contribute to healthcare innovation, look out for technological changes, lower healthcare costs, and improve patient outcomes.
Chief Program Officer, Contracting, Procurement & Supply Management
Alberta Health Services
Vice President, Sourcing
EVP, Business Operations
Provincial Health Services Authority, BC
DR. ALEX D. MITCHELL
VP, Clinical, Healthcare
Nova Scotia Lands
Vice President, Value-Based Care, Population Health and Value Based Health Systems
MODERATOR: ANGELA MA
Partner, Consulting & Deals
10:30 – 10:45 AM Break
10:45 – 11:45 AM Sustainable Supply Chain Operations
Sustainability is a core pillar in long term strategy for supply chains. It is important to embed sustainability into your culture and operations and engage your suppliers with your vision and targets to help you achieve your goals.
Director, Environmental Compliance, Energy & Sustainability
University Health Network
Vice President, Pharmacy
MODERATOR: NEIL RITCHIE
Canadian Coalition for Green Health
11:45 AM – 12:15 PM Lunch Break
12:15 – 1:15 PM Managing Supplier Risks Effectively and Developing Strategic Supplier Relationship
Supplier partnerships when aligned around common values and interests, benefit all parties from the increase in shared accountability and the development of more tailored, effective supply chain solution.
Director, Supplier Relationship Management
Director Procurement & Supply Chain
Hamilton Health Sciences
Shared Service West
MODERATOR: DANNY SHIELDS
VP, Industry Relations
1:15 – 1:30 PM Break
1:30 – 2:30 PM Becoming Resilient and Establishing an Effective Continuity Process
Supply chain resilience in navigating disruptions and meeting customer needs were brought to forefront during the pandemic. Ensuring the effectiveness of supply, maintenance of a product and continuity of services remains a major challenge.
Director, Provincial Supply Chain
Shared Health (Manitoba)
Provincial Supply Chain Director
Central Health (NL)
Associate Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences
University of Manitoba
MODERATOR: NANCY L. PAKIESER
Digital Health Strategist, CISOM & Supply Chain
2:30 – 2:45 PM Break
2:45 – 3:45 PM Building Data Driven Supply Chains to Maximize Operational Excellence
Adoption of cloud-based technologies that can be coupled with supply chain data will drive transparency and insights needed to help make informed decisions and reduce cost of patient care.
VP, Services & Healthcare Solutions
Interim Lead, Strategy and Information Technology
3:45 - 4:00 PM Closing Comments
4:00 - 5:00 PM Networking
Chief Program Officer, Contracting, Procurement & Supply Management Alberta Health Services
Vice President, Sourcing Plexxus
EVP, Business Operations Provincial Health Services Authority, BC
Moderator: Angela Ma
Partner, Consulting & Deals PwC
Principal i3 Advantage
Vice President, Pharmacy HealthPro
Director Procurement & Supply Chain Hamilton Health Sciences
Director, Supplier Relationship Management OECM
VP, Services & Healthcare Solutions Cardinal Health
ED RUBINSTEIN Director, Environmental Compliance, Energy & Sustainability University Health Network
VP, Industry Relations Avetta
Director, Provincial Supply Chain Shared Health (Manitoba)
Interim Lead, Strategy and Information Technology Supply Ontario
Dr. Alex D. Mitchell
VP, Clinical, Healthcare Nova Scotia Lands
Vice President, Value-Based Care, Population Health and Value Based Health Systems Ontario Health
Executive Director Canadian Coalition for Green Health
Provincial Supply Chain Director Central Health (NL)
Associate Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences University of Manitoba
VP, Operations Shared Service West
Nancy L. Pakieser
Digital Health Strategist, CISOM & Supply Chain HIMSS
As the Healthcare Industry continues to evolve, take back actionable insights to your organization and build the growth map for a resilient, sustainable and long-term supply chain.
What time does the event end?
The event ends at 5 PM EDT.
Do I need to self report this event for CPD credits?
For this particular event, we will add the CPD points for anyone who attended to your profile within one week following the event.
How do I register a group?
Please contact Alisha Seguin at email@example.com or 416-977-7566 x2150
Is the $99 group rate for both Members and Non Members
Yes, if there is a minimum of 4 attendees, the group rate applies to both members and non members in the group. *Non Members will receive a complimentary membership if they are an Ontario resident and have not been a member before.
I am a Non Member, is membership included with my registration?
A complimentary membership is included with any paid non member registration if the attendee is an Ontario resident and has not been a member before.
I purchased a group registration already, how can I add another registrant to my group?
Please contact Alisha Seguin at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can help you register any additional attendee(s).
Will my contact details be shared with partners/sponsors?
We will not share any contact details unless you explicitly opt-in during registration. However, we will share your name, title, and company. If you wish to not share this information, please opt-out during registration.
- Leadership Teams
- Strategic Procurement Teams
- Purchasing and Sourcing Teams
- Supplier Diversity Teams
- Sustainability Teams
- Federal, Provincial, Municipal Healthcare Officials
"Supply Chain Canada - Ontario Institute continues to raise the bar for collaboration across the procurement industry. Their leadership sessions are best-in-class."Chris Penny, CEO, Kinetic GPO
"The diverse topics, thoughtful content and expert panelists in today's session were excellent. I found the full day session engaging up until the last minute! Thanks for all the hard work putting this session together."Jackie Osti
The Public Sector Leadership series should be a "MUST" for all Ontario government procurement folks. It was very informative and the format was perfect. Well done!!"Nick Flores
"Time well spent. Got to hear from top supply chain professionals and had an opportunity to connect with others across the country."Kerri Ann Daniels
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